Elder and Berg

Firm Overview

Have you been forced to resort to retirement litigation to secure the benefits you've deserved all along? Has your workers' compensation or Social Security disability claim in Northern and Central California been delayed or denied? Are you a work-injured or occupationally ill safety worker, such as a police officer or firefighter, who needs someone to speak for your interests and stand up against the insurance companies?
We're the law firm of Elder and Berg, based in Concord, California. We give serious attention to your serious injuries and illnesses. You've worked hard and played by the rules for your entire adult life, so when you are injured you deserve a fair shake in our state's legal system.
With over 50 years of shared experience, our skilled Northern California attorneys work hard to represent the rights and interests of seriously disabled workers, the families of deceased workers, and the families of safety workers and public servants such as police officers and firefighters.
Main Office
Main Office
3107 Clayton Road
Concord  CA  94519
  • (925) 265-8478

Richard E. Elder

Areas of Practice:
Workers' Compensation Law

Disability Retirement -- Employee

Social Security Disability

Selected Litigation

Personal Injury -- Plaintiff

Litigation Percentage:
90% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions:
California, 1970

University of California at Davis School of Law, Davis, California

Published Works:
Regular Column in California Worker's Compensation and Retirement - "California Firefighter"

Classes/Seminars Taught:
Regular Seminars in Workers' Compensation Law and Disability Retirement, FIRE, 1978 - Present

Mark D. Berg

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