Wesierski and Zurek enjoys an outstanding reputation from San Diego to San Luis Obispo and out to the San Bernardino desert.
Our attorneys have extensive trial experience in the representation of landlords in unlawful detainer actions, including defenses that tenants may raise involving issues of habitability, retaliation, housing authority or rent control rules and regulations, as well as the possible effects of a bankruptcy petition by a tenant.
Our attorneys also have extensive trial experience in the defense of landlords in lawsuits brought by tenants on issues including alleged discrimination or other violations of the Fair Housing laws, claims that conditions on the apartment property are not in compliance with regulations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, conditions on the property allegedly making rental units uninhabitable, as well as any claims of injury or damage to any tenants because of any claimed dangerous condition on the property.
Most of our client base has come from word of mouth and some companies have called because they have noticed the Firm’s results in jury reports.
Benefits of retaining Wesierski & Zurek to handle your landlord/ tenant legal needs include, first and foremost, having an experienced litigator on your side.
Wesierski & Zurek prides itself in keeping its clients fully apprised on all stages of the clients case. A client can expect personal service and same day response to inquiries or questions that arise.
Wesierski & Zurek will help train and educate property managers on all recent developments in landlord/tenant laws to ensure that proper procedures are followed and met.
Terence P. Carney is the partner in the Irvine office who heads the landlord/tenant practice for the Orange County area, with his practice focusing on unlawful detainer actions, as well as any communication with tenants concerning the conditions of tenancy.
Thomas B. Cummings provides a defense of apartment owners and landlords concerning claims of discrimination, claimed violations of Fair Housing laws, issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act, habitability and any other issue raised by a tenant seeking money damages.
They are available to handle any inquiries you might have concerning your legal needs and budgetary requirements.