Lem Garcia – West Covina Personal Injury Lawyer

Lem Garcia

Lem Garcia Law, PC

(626) 337-1111


1720 W. Cameron Ave.
Ste. 210
West Covina , CA 91790

Open 24 Hours

Lem Garcia

Lem Garcia Law, PC

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Firm Summary

Lem Garcia founded Lem Garcia Law in 2014. With only a few thousand dollars of his own money in the bank, lots of donated time and handiwork from his family, and bargain furniture found on Craigslist, Lem Garcia Law was born. It has become one of the fastest growing and most well-respected personal injury law offices in Southern California, having recovered millions of dollars for clients, with top settlements of $1 million, $500,000, and $265,000. Lem attributes the success of the firm to always doing what is best for his clients and its unique Lem Garcia Law Promise, which delivers top-notch personal service and results.

The son of hardworking immigrants from the Philippines, Lem was the first person in his family born in the United States. He received a journalism degree from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, then worked as a law clerk for several years at a complex civil litigation firm in Pasadena. Lem also worked as a photographer for the LA Clippers, but left his dream job to earn his law degree from Western State University College of Law in Fullerton. During law school, he received a full scholarship, was a member of the law review, and graduated in the top 20 percent of his class. After law school, Lem worked as an independent consultant and at several different law firms. Lem’s goal was to open his own law practice so that he could raise the standard of the personal injury industry, and in 2014, with meager resources to begin with, he did just that.

Lem is happy to provide honest and straightforward advice, outstanding personal service, and results to his clients. Lem is a proud, lifelong resident of West Covina, and enjoys serving his local community, as well as the surrounding area. When he’s not busy handling cases, you can find him working on his jump shot on the basketball court or hanging out at the beach with his wife, Therese, and two daughters, Josephine and Simone.