Our attorneys have extensive experience in both prosecuting and defending cases on behalf of Southern California’s tenants. Below are just a sampling of the results achieved by our attorneys during the past three years.
$1,500,000 settlement for tenants living in a roach-infested building in downtown Los Angeles
$672,000 settlement for tenants living in a substandard building.
$300,000 settlement for a tenant injured by asbestos in her apartment unit
$250,000 settlement for tenants whose homes burned in a fire caused by their landlord’s negligence.
$207,000 settlement for tenants residing in an illegal artists’ loft “live/work” space in Venice, CA.
$240,000 settlement for tenants living in a substandard bank owned property.
$150,000 settlement for a family of tenants living with roaches and rats
$100,000 settlement for a rent-controlled tenant illegally evicted by her landlord
$85,000 settlement for tenants wrongfully sued by their landlord after reporting the landlord to the housing department
$50,000 settlement for tenants living with rats
$187,800 judgment on behalf of four tenants residing in a bedbug-infested building in San Pedro
$156,001 judgment in favor of a business defrauded by its clients.
$45,970 judgment in favor of a tenant with bedbugs who was later sued by her landlord.
$37,000 judgment in favor of a commercial tenant whose landlord intentionally interfered with her business.
Obtained a reversal on appeal of a judgment against residents of a single-family home alleged to have occupied the premises through fraud.
Favorable defense on appeal of a large “prevailing party” attorney fee award achieved for our client at trial.
Disclaimer: This section of our website contains information about the firm’s attorneys’ past results. Please be advised that the facts and circumstances of each case differ. Your case must be reviewed and evaluated on its own merits. The results provided are not necessarily representative of results obtained by all clients of the firm, and the results of all cases are not provided. Your results may differ substantially depending on the facts and circumstances of your case.