Gomez Iagmin Trial Attorneys is a plaintiff's only law firm based in downtown San Diego, specializing in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, complex product liability and mass torts. Over the past ten years, Gomez Iagmin Trial Attorneys have collected more than $250 million in verdicts and settlements, with more than 50 awards of over one million dollars each. The firm has obtained jury verdicts in excess of $1 million, $10 million and $100 million.
Gomez Iagmin handled the Kristen Rossum "American Beauty Murder" case and the Pizza Hut delivery driver case. Currently, the firm represent the surviving family members of CHP Officer Mark Saylor, in the runaway Lexus case that resulted in his and his family's tragic deaths.
The firm's award-winning attorneys include this year's recipients of The Daily Transcript recognition. Gomez Iagmin continues to be named a top law firm by U.S. News and World Report, while their attorneys are recognized as "Best Lawyers," "Super Lawyers," and "Lawyer of the Year" at a regional and national level.
Recently, John Gomez was officially named by California Superior Court Judge Lee Edmon to the Plaintiff's Executive Committee of the California JCCP for GranuFlo, a product that is widely used in the dialysis industry. The product has been linked to sudden heart attacks and death.
One of Gomez Iagmin's corporate tenets is giving back to the community. Every member of the team gives back time, talent or treasure to numerous nonprofits. The firm's attorneys and staff walk for the March of Dimes, run for the Susan B. Komen Foundation or dance to raise money for Malashock, in addition to serving on numerous boards or organizing fundraisers for organizations including the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation, the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association and the New Children's Museum.
Gomez Iagmin's 20,000 square feet of office space are located at 625 W. Broadway, Suite 1700 in the heart of San Diego. The legal center includes a full courtroom for mock trials and focus groups, a video conferencing center and a jury deliberations area. A 25-seat boardroom, on-site audio visual/graphics department and lounge area round out its amenities.