Attorneys For Housing Discrimination In Southern California
Over 50 years ago, the United States began passing meaningful legislation to protect American citizens from discriminatory housing practices. The Fair Housing Act of 1968 put down in writing clear and strict prohibitions for multifamily residential real estate entities to follow, protecting those facing discrimination in the eyes of the law.
Have you been denied housing due to your membership in a protected class? Our team of experienced attorneys at Reisman & Reisman can help you get justice. Call our office today at 844-380-0470 for a free consultation.
What Qualifies As Housing Discrimination?
Owners of multifamily residential real estate, which includes homeowners associations and property management companies, may not discriminate against their renters based on their memberships in protected classes such as race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age and more. Multifamily residential real entities have obligations under both state and federal to make reasonable accommodations for disabled tenants.
Let Us Vindicate Your Right To Fair Housing
At Reisman & Reisman, we have more than 20 years of legal experience, and we fight vigorously to enforce the laws put in place to protect you from discrimination. We’ve won millions of dollars for our clients, and we don’t back down from a trial. If you’ve been discriminated against and denied fair housing or reasonable disability accommodation, contact us online today or call 844-380-0470 for a consultation. You’ll pay no fees unless we win.