If your Neighbor or Homeowners’ Association has overstepped, infringed on your property rights, or is treating you unfairly, you have the right to fight back! A private nuisance occurs when the plaintiff’s use and enjoyment of his or her property are obstructed or interfered with because of the actions of another. These cases generally involve a neighbor or nearby occupant doing something that interferes with the plaintiff’s use of their own property, but an HOA can also be liable for nuisance.Examples of a public nuisance may involve: a neighbor polluting the soil; selling drugs next door; or hoarding animals causing foul odors and health hazards. In California, a private nuisance provides for a cause of action for the injured party.
Did you know? There are many instances where negligence can occur, but we are here to represent you regardless of what causes it to occur. “Negligence” is an action or failure to act by a defendant who owes a duty of care to a plaintiff. A person’s duty of care depends on the relationship between the individuals involved. But under this definition, a “relationship” can exist between two people who don’t even know each other. Here are examples of different types of individuals and their duty of care: 1] Child care provider Has a duty to keep children safe and healthy in their care. 2] Store owner Has a duty to keep premises clean and in good condition so that
As a business, a lawsuit filed against you by a current or past employee catch you off guard. Whether they're allegations of wrongful termination, verbal harassment of a sexual nature or labor code violations, we're here to ensure you receive the best representation possible. Sexual harassment in the workplace is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act. Briefly, sexual harassment refers to both unwelcome sexual advances, or other visual, verbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature and actions that create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment based on an employee’s sex. Under California law, the offensive conduct need not be motivated by
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