Firm Overview


Automobile, motorcycle, and truck accidents are the leading cause of death for Americans aged 8 to 34, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as they cause one death every 12 to 15 minutes and injure more than 2.5 million people each year. While most accidents lead to less deadly results due to the negligence of another driver, you have right to hold that driver legally responsible for his or her actions regardless of the injury. We at iLG have successfully litigated cases for pedestrians, victims of automobile, motorcycle, trucking, and recreational vehicle accidents to the utmost satisfaction of their clients.


All public and private landowners and land possessors (, hotels, restaurants, stores, bars, clubs, etc.) have a legal duty to inspect, maintain, and secure their premises from dangerous conditions and foreseeable criminal activity. These types of cases range from a simple slip or trip and fall at a store to an battery caused by intoxicated patrons at a bar. We at iLG have the legal know how to litigate these types of cases even in the most difficult situations.


Manufacturers, distributors and retailers are responsible to the public for the safety of the products they sell to them. Those entities are all legally responsible for injury or death caused by their products when their products are defective. Whether a product is defective may depend upon poor product design, a manufacturing mistake, or a failure to warn/instruct of foreseeable risks. We at iLG have the knowledge and experience to handle most product liability claims.

Main Office

Main Office
2500 E. Colorado Blvd
Ste. 230
Pasadena CA 91107


(626) 395-9555

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