About Us: Small-Business Law Firm with a Big-Business Mentality

The firm’s founder, lawyer Thomas F. Gallagher, has extensive experience in litigation and transactional practice. Before establishing the firm, he worked with a team of attorneys in the insurance defense industry. The perspective he gained on the defensive side of litigation proves valuable for current clients, who appreciate Mr. Gallagher’s well-rounded and realistic analysis of their legal options.

Partner Troy B. Krich has extensive experience in litigation and alternative dispute resolution, with particular emphasis on business, employment and construction law. He is a certified mediator with international mediation experience. He teaches a variety of training seminars and university classes on mediation and negotiation.

We are located in downtown San Diego, and represent clients throughout Greater S.D. and Southern California. See more details on our firm here, including hours, address and client reviews.

Our Attorneys

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Contact Gallagher Krich, APC

Fax: 858-435-4369
26 Years of combined experience

Reviews

Ashley C., Google

Rated 5 out of 5
July 18, 2020

Tom Gallagher is very knowledgeable and helpful when it comes to business law. I reached out to him reguarding the Pandemic and my salon and I’m so glad I did. Many times stress and hard times can fog clarity and he really helped me understand the laws.
Thanks Tom!!!

Ashley C

Evan D., Google

Rated 5 out of 5
July 16, 2019

Thank you Troy for everything! Professional, prompt, and smooth handling of my case. I will be recommending to anyone that is in need of a lawyer.

Evan D

Alex C., Yelp

Rated 5 out of 5
June 24, 2019

incorporated with gallagher krich and they took care of everything at about the same cost as these stupid “no-lawyer” sites. i want a real lawyer because they also have value-added-service and additional advice on the structure of business and the way the law functions around business.

Alex C