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Barrica Law uses a personal approach to helping you navigate through your legal issues, whether you’ve been injured in an accident or are navigating complicated immigration laws. We use innovative technological solutions to keep things simple and easy for you, the client. Located in Sacramento County, we are able to provide the breadth of our immigration solutions nationwide. We can accommodate Tagalog-, Hindi-, Punjabi-, and Urdu-speaking clients. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Responsive

Large, high cost law firms aren’t for everyone. For the people who want to be seen and heard, and don’t want to pay for the overhead that comes with a large firm, we’re here.

Reasonable

You want great legal services at a reasonable and predictable price. We want to focus on delivering results rather than chasing billable hours.

Simple

Legal matters can be stressful enough. We find solutions to keep things as simple and stress free as possible.

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Call us at 916-750-5297 or click here to send us a message.

Who We Are

Barrica Law is a small, full-size law office located in Sacramento County. Our focus is on providing supportive and effective legal services to people in their times of stress.

You want great legal services at a reasonable and predictable price. We want to focus on delivering results rather than chasing billable hour targets. Together we can navigate through your difficult time.

If you’ve been injured in an accident, we are here to help.  We strive to make the process as simple as possible for you so that you can focus on getting better.

Many people fail to seek legal representation due to the cost of hiring an attorney. Don’t let this be your case. We offer an initial free consultation to discuss your situation, and we represent clients on a contingency fee basis.  This means that we advance all upfront costs and do not charge any fees unless and until we win a recovery on your behalf. Contact us today for a free consultation.

We provide our clients with the most appropriate immigration services based on each client’s unique situation. We represent individuals, families, and businesses in Sacramento, Northern California and beyond. Additionally, we are able to accommodate Tagalog-, Hindi-, Punjabi-, and Urdu-speaking clients. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Gino Barrica

Gino received his law degree from Philadelphia’s Temple University, where he was a member of the school’s prestigious National Trial Team. He received his bachelor’s degree in marketing with magna cum laude honors. A first-generation Filipino-American, Gino grew up in the Philippines until the age of 12.

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