Brockmeier Law Group first opened our doors in 2009, in the height of the Great Recession, when other firms were laying off workers and trying to find a way to continue the legal practices they had before the market changed. We began and continue to serve our clients with the same recipe of personalized contact and an eye towards both the recovery for each of our clients, and keeping an eye on each clients individualized goals in their cases. We handle a variety of cases and clients both in litigation and contract drafting in negotiation – so we know what it takes to get desired results for all of our clients.
California has many laws that run with every residential lease agreement in the State, examples of which include the warranty of habitability, covenant of quiet enjoyment, and common law retaliatory eviction. These claims can be broad and include failures to provide heating, water, adequate roofing, plumbing, or a landlord’s attempt to raise rent or evict when a tenant makes a complaint or asks for a repair. The claims are very technical and require the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney to help both landlords and tenants understand their rights and enforce them. Indeed, rent control, City location, weather and age of the units can all be independent factors that change the same case depending on whether it is from a tenancy inland, or by the beach. We can help you navigate these waters and get justice where others cannot.
- Breach of Contract
- Breach of Implied Warranty of Habitability
- Breach of Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment
- Violation of Statutory Requirements of Security Deposits
- Failure to Perform
- Failure to Pay
- Retaliatory Eviction
- Violation of Penal Code section 296(c)
- Intentional and Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
- Injunctive Relief
- Unlawful Detainer