Areas of Litigation Practice
Our litigation practice is centered in personal injury, real estate, and business conflicts. Business and real estate disputes can be more complex, and the facts in dispute may have several interpretations.
Our specific areas of litigation practice include:
Frequently, accidents on the road raise questions of fault, and how to assign responsibility for injuries to those involved. If an accident involves multiple vehicles, the cause may not be immediately obvious, and several drivers may be responsible. California uses a system of comparative negligence, which means that if you were in an accident and were partially responsible, you may still be entitled to some amount of compensation. We encourage you to consult with us before speaking to other parties or insurers, to make certain that your right to recovery is not compromised.
Property owners have a duty to maintain reasonably safe premises, and if there is a hazard that causes a visitor to trip or fall, the property owner may be liable. The recovery of damages will depend on a few key factors, such as the presence of warning signs and the owner’s maintenance of the premises. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, or if such a claim is being made against you, we can investigate the incident, file suit on your behalf to establish the owner’s liability, or defend against such a claim.
Our other areas of personal injury practice include:
- Brain injuries
- Bus accidents
- Burn injuries
- Catastrophic injuries
- Dog bites
- Spine injuries
- Wrongful death
Business litigation can result when 2 parties have a dispute over a contract or fail to meet some type of professional duty. Typical business-related cases include breach of contract, infringement of intellectual property rights, and breach of fiduciary duty or partnership disputes. In all of these cases, litigation may result if the parties cannot reach agreement on the facts or there is a need to enforce performance or payment. We will treat your business dispute with the seriousness that it deserves and will vigorously pursue or defend your rights in settlement and trial, if necessary.
Landlord-tenant disputes can arise in instances of non-performance of lease agreements, disagreements regarding the use of deposits and advances, allegations of property damage, and tenant actions. These cases cover both residential and complex commercial lease agreements. The nature of the lease contract may affect the manner in which the dispute is resolved, and we are prepared to advocate on your behalf, whether it involves negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or litigation.
Our Lawyers Can Help You
For anyone involved in a legal conflict, the highest priority is to have the most qualified attorney possible. With Frish Law Group, APLC, you can be confident that your case will be handled with professional skill and commitment to get the result that you need. Whether you are seeking compensation for medical care as a result of a personal injury or have a dispute regarding a breached contract, we will give you the counsel and representation that you expect. Not every case can be settled, and we will approach your case as though it will go to trial. In this way, your legal rights are always protected if negotiations do not lead to settlement.
We invite you to meet with us for an initial consultation, where we will utilize our legal and courtroom experience to evaluate your case. Please contact us so that we may assess your potential claims and defenses.