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Terry Goldberg and Bradley Gage have over 60 years of experience between them.

Bradley C. Gage

Bradley C. Gage has been an attorney since 1985 and is a founding partner of Goldberg & Gage. Bradley was nominated for "Trial Lawyer of the Year" four times. He was one of eight Finalists for the CAALA "Trial Lawyer of the Year" Award in 2008. He has consistently been nominated as a "Super Lawyer" which ranks the Top Southern California Lawyers. Mr. Gage has received numerous trial verdicts in excess of $1,000,000.00. He has been published in several peer review magazines and has been selected to speak at several legal seminars. In 2013 it was reported that Mr. Gage had the top Civil Rights Trial Verdict in the State of California. Mr. Gage is a Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and was selected in 2014 to the national Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers. For a list of some of Mr. Gage’s verdicts, please go to cases.

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Terry M. Goldberg Terry M. Goldberg has been an attorney since 1973 and is a founding partner of Goldberg & Gage.  Attorney Goldberg has taught trial advocacy at Pepperdine Law School, and other legal courses at University of San Fernando College of Law, and Los Angeles Community Colleges.   Mr. Goldberg has written numerous articles that have been published in legal journals and in law reviews.  Terry Goldberg was featured as a lecturer for the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations For Southern California, the Consumer Attorneys of California, and many other organizations over his lengthy career.  Terry M. Goldberg has served as the former president of the West Hollywood Bar Association along with the Board of Governors for other legal organizations.

Terry M. Goldberg has been selected as a "Super Lawyer" which ranks the Top Southern California Lawyers. 

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Terry Goldberg is a member of the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association.

Car Accident Motorcycle Accident Bicycle Accident

Terry Goldberg was successful in representing a bicycle rider who was struck by a car on Pacific Coast Highway. Terry Goldberg tried the case and obtained a JUDGMENT in favor of DANIEL CHAPMAN and LIZ SOTO in the amount of $7,000,917.00 dated July 2, 2014 signed by Anthony J. Mohr, Judge.



Mr. Goldberg has volunteered to act as Arbitrator, Mediator, Referee, Judge Pro Tem and Settlement Officer for the Superior Court of California.  Terry M. Goldberg has appeared on Good Morning America, Extra, Inside Edition and other television and radio shows.  Mr. Goldberg has represented many prominent individuals including retired judges, lawyers, doctors, politicians, police officers, fire fighters, city managers, governmental employees, police chiefs, radio dignitaries, Hollywood celebrities and newscasters.  Terry M. Goldberg strives to build long lasting client relationships.




Terry M. Goldberg and Jerry Brown Jerry Brown and Terry Goldberg together for Los Angeles Fundraiser at the W Hotel, June 7th, 2010.









Jay Leno and Terry M. Goldberg Jay Leno and Terry Goldberg together February 13th, 2011.















Milad Sadr Milad Sadr has been an attorney since 2006. In 2003, Milad obtained his bachelor's degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. In 2006, Milad received his law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angleles. While in law school, Milad was a member and editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. After law school, Milad practiced criminal and immigration law. In 2009, Milad joined Goldberg & Gage. In 2013, Milad was selected for inclusion in the Southern California Super Lawyers – Rising Stars list.

Milad has extensive experience in law and motion practice and has handled numerous state and federal appeals. In fact, Milad has argued a number of cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal and California appellate courts. Milad was “second chair” in Bender v. County of Los Angeles, et al, 217 Cal.App.4th 968, which established new precedent in California civil rights’ law.

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