Types of Evidence You Need to Prove Apartment Complex Negligence

Posted in Apartment Accidents on February 17, 2024

When residing in an apartment, you expect your landlord to ensure your home and the surrounding premises are safely maintained. However, when this trust is compromised due to their negligence, the path to legal recourse requires solid proof. Fortunately, several pieces of evidence can help prove your claim, including photographs, police reports, and your medical… read more

4 Steps to Seek Damages for Apartment Injuries

Posted in Apartment Accidents on January 13, 2024

For those living in apartment complexes, the safety of their living spaces and the surrounding premises is paramount. However, landlords and property managers often do not take these concerns as seriously as they should, leading to poor maintenance and hazards for residents. Injuries in an apartment complex can be devastating for victims, leaving many wondering… read more

3 Types of Apartment Accidents That Lead to Personal Injury Claims

Posted in Apartment Accidents, Personal Injury on December 27, 2023

Living in an apartment complex should not involve always navigating a myriad of potential hazards that could lead to personal injury. However, from the negligence of landlords in maintaining safe and secure premises to the unpredictable accidents that occur within the confines of an apartment unit due to poor upkeep, the risks are diverse. Hazards… read more

Can You Sue Your Apartment Complex for Unsafe Living Conditions?

Posted in Apartment Accidents, Firm News, Personal Injury on December 27, 2023

Living in an apartment complex in Los Angeles means expecting a certain standard of safety and comfort in our homes. At Soofer Law Group, we know that most landlords in our city do a great job keeping their properties in inadequate conditions. But what if you find yourself in an apartment that’s not just uncomfortable… read more

Who Is Liable for Apartment Building Accidents?

Posted in Apartment Accidents, Firm News, Personal Injury on December 27, 2023

Apartment life in the bustling city of Los Angeles offers convenience, but it also comes with its share of risks. Accidents can happen, and when they do, determining liability becomes crucial. Whether it is a slip-and-fall in the hallway, an electrical malfunction, or any other mishap, understanding who is responsible is essential for seeking compensation… read more

USC Fraternity Protested Amidst Allegations of Spiked Drinks, Sexual Assault

Posted in Sexual Abuse on November 17, 2021

University of Southern California fraternity Sigma Nu has been suspended amid reports of sexual assault and spiked drinks at some of the chapter’s parties and events. The fraternity is under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department due to the reports made to USC’s Department of Public Safety. USC students have protested outside of the… read more

When is a Slip and Fall Accident My Fault?

Posted in Firm News, Personal Injury on January 25, 2017

Determining legal responsibility for an accident can be complicated, but what it really comes down to is whether someone was careless or negligent. If you were injured because of a person or company’s negligence, then they are the ones liable and you may be able to receive compensation to pay for your injuries. But it’s… read more

Should I File a Personal Injury or Workers’ Compensation Case?

Posted in Firm News, Personal Injury on January 18, 2017

If you’ve been injured at work you may be wondering whether you have a personal injury case, or a workers’ compensation case. You may even be wondering, what’s…

How to Prove Fault After a Car Accident

Posted in Firm News, Personal Injury on January 10, 2017

Getting fair compensation after a car accident can be complicated, even if the accident was clearly not your fault. When someone crashes into your vehicle…

Bicycle Road Safety

Posted in Firm News, Personal Injury on January 5, 2017

Cycling on any road can be dangerous, especially when its on a busy street. Cars squeeze by you at 40 miles per hour and they’re not always looking out for the…


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