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Address : 2276 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90501
Number : (424) 358-1000
Text 24/7: (310) 803-9951
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Working Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: Closed

After regular business hours, by appointment only. Please text at: (310) 803-9951 if you need to meet after regular business hours.

We are committed to helping our clients. If you’ve been injured in an accident, please seek medical attention immediately. Then contact us for a free consultation. If you do not have health insurance, we will find a medical provider who will treat you on a lien. This means that you can receive the treatment you need and the medical provider will have a lien against your settlement or judgment. Contact us today to find out how we can help you.

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Located on the corner of Torrance Boulevard and Amapola Avenue in the city of Torrance. The nearest major street is Crenshaw Boulevard. We are located near Old Town Torrance ( and about 3 miles from the 110 freeway. Our office serves Los Angeles County and surrounding cities and counties. 

The City of Torrance is located in southwest Los Angeles County in a region known as the South Bay. A municipality with the eighth largest population in Los Angeles County, the City is bordered on the southwest by one mile of beach, on the west by the City of Redondo Beach, on the north by the community of Lawndale, on the east by the Cities of Los Angeles’ Harbor Gateway and Gardena, and on the south by the communities of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The City is part of the greater suburban Los Angeles area. Prior to 1912, Torrance was part of a Spanish land grant belonging to the Dominguez family. The land was largely unpopulated, open, dusty plain. By 1912, a real estate developer from Pasadena named Jared Sidney Torrance had purchased 2800 acres to make his vision of a “Modern Industrial City” a reality. Police services during this period were provided by Los Angeles County in the form of a Constable stationed in Lomita. During these early years, the City’s physical layout followed Jared Sydney Torrance’s master plan. Along the City’s eastern boundary, J.S. Torrance envisioned commercial and industrial zones physically separated from residential areas to the West. The reason for this design was due to the great amount of smoke generated by the City’s early industries. Winds blew dependably from the West and generally kept the residential areas free of smoke. Today, this wind continues to provide residents relief from heat and smog.
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