Lynch, Gilardi & Grummer

170 Columbus Avenue5th FloorSan Francisco, CA 94133

Updated: 05/19/2017


Lynch Gilardi & Grummer was established in downtown San Francisco in 1978 by a group of three highly successful trial lawyers - Robert Lynch, Richard Gilardi, and Duane Grummer.  Ambitious and focused, the three founding partners decided to make their proximity to the Port of San Francisco, where barges sailed by every day, a part of their client success stories by installing a Ship Captain’s Bell in the lobby of their offices.  Each time a case was successfully...


Office Info

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Lynch, Loofbourrow, Helmenstine, Gilardi & Grummer, February 1, 1993

Practice Areas

  • Class Actions Plaintiff - Construction Law Defense
  • Insurance Defense
  • Employment Law - Employer
  • Personal Injury Defense
  • Real Estate Law
  • Construction Law


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Office Information


170 Columbus Avenue5th FloorSan Francisco, CA 94133


  • 415-397-0937


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