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Sean Galindo - San Bernardino, CA

225 W. Hospitality LaneSuite 204 San Bernardino, CA 92408

Updated: 09/08/2021

San Bernardino Labor Lawyer

Overview

Sean has over 27 years of accumulated public safety experience and received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. Prior to honorably retiring in 2016, Sean spent the last 17 years as a police officer for a progressive Southern California law enforcement agency and was afforded the opportunity to work in a variety of assignments. In addition, Sean gained extensive knowledge in labor and workers' compensation law...
Sean has over 27 years of accumulated public safety experience and received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. Prior to honorably retiring in 2016, Sean spent the last 17 years as a police officer for a progressive Southern California law enforcement agency and was afforded the opportunity to work in a variety of assignments. In addition, Sean gained extensive knowledge in labor and workers' compensation law. He was the Vice President and President of his police association and a former Los Angeles South Chapter President for Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC). As a public safety advocate, Sean is committed to assisting first responders with the one-on-one attention they deserve!

About Sean Galindo

Practice Areas

  • Labor
  • Workers’ Compensation Law

Qualifications

Other Affiliations

  • Los Angeles South Chapter President for Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC)

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

225 W. Hospitality LaneSuite 204 San Bernardino, CA 92408

Fax

  • 909-384-0511

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