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Absolutely! Your citizenship or residency status is NOT RELEVANT in connection with the prosecution of a civil action! If your landlord has abused you and your family and has allowed your family to live in a dangerous, uninhabitable apartment building that has any of the following defects, please call us – we can help!

* No heat

* Bed bugs 

* Cockroaches

* Deteriorated lead-based paint

* Water leaks 

* Sewage leaks

* Gas or carbon monoxide leaks

* Mold or water damage

* Rotten floors 

* Broken windows

* Rotten or broken cabinets

Your landlord cannot retaliate against you for complaining to the housing department. Your landlord cannot report you to ICE. Your landlord and their lawyer cannot ask about your residency or citizenship status.  

You have every right to file a lawsuit in California if you’ve been harmed by a negligent or careless landlord.  

The attorneys at Riley | Ersoff LLP have represented hundreds of low-income immigrants just like you. We can help and we care. Please call us at 888-492-7317 or contact us using our contact form!

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Grant Riley

Grant Riley is a sophisticated, proactive, and aggressive attorney with 35 years of in-the-trenches experience litigating complex, big-money disputes. Grant is every landlord’s worst nightmare. He has prosecuted hundreds of slum housing, lead poisoning, carbon monoxide poisoning cases and other complex personal injury cases against greedy slumlords and their insurers. Grant, his partner Victoria Ersoff, and his team of lawyers at Riley | Ersoff LLP are responsible for collecting more than $100,000,000 on behalf of hundreds of low income, immigrant, inner-city tenants and others who had no other options and nowhere else to go. If you’ve been harmed, injured, abused or ignored by a landlord, a greedy corporation, or their insurance company, call us. We’ve got the smarts, the experience, and the drive to help you get exactly what you deserve – justice.

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