The Brinton Firm

Los Angeles Tenant Attorney



Los Angeles firm in CA and civil legal practice for US tenant and business rights
Legal practice for Los Angeles civil rights of tenants and businesses

At the Brinton Firm, we believe that all tenants have rights to a safe and livable home under US legal protections. No client or tenant should have to endure substandard conditions or suffer under landlords who threaten eviction rather than solve tenant disputes.

We legally compel landlords to operate under civil statutes to make right by our clients who are renters and businesses. Our clients seek us out for legal help for their undermined rights, poor conditions, and eviction notices. We never represent landlords because we believe in fighting for the rights of renters through the US court system so that another renter never has to endure retaliation or punishment from a landlord. 

Slum housing, substandard living conditions, and damaged civil rights impact clients and people from all walks of life. In the past few years, we’ve represented all kinds of clients, renters, and tenants, ranging from people living in Skid Row or the projects, to those renting mansions in Beverly Hills or lofts downtown. We all have rights under US law as renters and those who enter legal and binding relationships with landlords.

Protect your rights

No matter who they are, no one should be forced to live into housing that isn’t safe and habitable for themselves and their families. Unfortunately, bad landlords create and maintain dangerous or unhealthy conditions because they think they can get away with it. That all changes when clients engage our firm and practice. We have recovered millions of dollars from landlords for our clients, and we have forced hundreds of landlords to clean up their buildings.*

Contact us to get started as a personal or business client seeking to protect your rights under US law so that you can get the legal recourse you deserve against landlords seeking to take advantage of you. We a practice in business because we know how to use legal action to safeguard civil protections and rights. Reach out to The Brinton Firm LLP today.

Our approach to landlord-tenant issues focuses on long term solutions. While other law firms may be focused on collecting monthly revenue from clients, or sending out a form demand letter to try for a quick settlement, our goal is to get you the best outcome every time.

Sometimes, that means forcing the landlord to fix existing problems so you can continue to live in the house or apartment you choose. Other times, it means helping you get out of a long-term lease, recover your losses, be compensated for injuries, and move on to a safer, healthier environment. We’ve also helped tenants deal with serious injuries suffered on the landlord’s property, violations of rent control laws, and forcible or wrongful eviction.

At the Brinton Firm, landlord-tenant issues are our sole focus. Our attorneys are highly experienced and laser-focused on issues like habitability, personal injuries arising from dangerous conditions, and retaliation from landlords. We know many of the attorneys representing landlords and have a great track record of reaching successful solutions with them, whether that comes from negotiation and settlement or taking a case to trial.

If you’re living in uninhabitable conditions, if you’ve been harmed on your landlord’s property, if you’ve been wrongfully evicted, or if your landlord has violated your rights, please give us a call today.

*Results are not guaranteed. The success of every case depends on the individual facts and circumstances.


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Matt is like a legal-Sith master for good. Incisive. Decisive. Insightful. Authoritative. Trustworthy. Steady. A mediation-maverick, with a briefcase in place of a light saber (and he sports dapper suits)


Matt and his colleague Nick have been absolutely exemplary to work with. They are both very knowledgeable, direct yet easy to work with, patient and most importantly, got the result we were all hoping for


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