Blumberg Law Group LLP is a general practice, boutique law firm based in Solana Beach, California, located approximately 25 miles from downtown San Diego in Northern San Diego County.


We focus primarily on general business transactions and litigation, all aspects of civil litigation, personal injury, construction-related counseling and litigation. We are comprised of five attorneys and supported by a sophisticated and experienced legal staff.


With this broad range of talents and experiences, we are uniquely qualified to provide superior legal support to individuals and business owners, while adhering to the highest standards of professionalism. We continuously strive for perfection, not only in our formal representation but also in client services and counseling. We are aggressive, competent and accessible, offering big-firm quality with a small-firm feel.


We feel the primary responsibility of a legal representative is to know the client, and his or her particular needs, in order to secure positive results as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Not every dispute needs to be adversarial and acrimonious; not every problem needs to be immediately thrust into the judicial process. Our focus is on finding Innovative Legal Solutions which promotes creative advocacy for clients to ensure the best possible results through the least disruptive process.







141 North Acacia Ave. Solana Beach, CA 92075

Email: office@blumberglawgroup.com
Tel:  858-509-0600

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