personal injury i have a major personal injury legal action against the owner…

personal injury
i have a major personal injury legal action against the owner of my mobile home park,it is set for mediation in september, in the last year the landlord has refused my rent, has is trying to evict me, he has served me an unlawful detainer action today, this is the second time he has done this to me, the last time about 6months ago,i answered,and demanded a jury trial,he didnt show and the case was dismissed, this time he served me without a 3day notice,only the unlawful deatainer. i am going to change lawyers i do not feel i am being represented properly, i feel my lawyer should be more involved, in this retalitory against me, the landlord sent a 3rd party saying if i would drop my legal action against him i could stay, but how can i prove this? i also live in a mobile home park where i own my own home. is it to late for me to change attorneys? thanks

3 thoughts on “personal injury i have a major personal injury legal action against the owner…

  1. Re: personal injury
    You should consult an attorney who specializes in this area. It sounds like a good case. You should also try the local legal assistance organizations for renters. They are good.

    Alvin Tenner
    Law Office of Alvin G. Tenner
    P.O. Box 7301
    Northridge, CA 91327-7301

  2. Re: personal injury
    RE: your unlawful detainer matter, I would recommend that you call David Stephens, Esq. at 818-837-9960.

    He may be able to help you. Good luck.

    Rob Reed
    Law Office of Robert A. Reed
    15233 VENTURA BLVD, SUITE 1210
    Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

  3. Re: personal injury
    With respect to your unlawful detainer action,make sure that you retain your checks, money order, drafts or what was used to attempt to pay your rent, to verify defendant’s refusal. You will need to prove that you attempted payments and that it was refused.

    With respect to changing attorneys, you may do so, but will need substitution to be approved by the Court. If mediation is set for September, you should stil be able to change attorneys.

    Proving you were approached by a third party to improperly negotiate your dropping an action in return for his dropping the unlawful detainer will be difficult without an impartial witness or that third party’s agreement to testify to it. Your attorney should be willing to contact this person to see if he/she will so testify.

    If you have further questions, please feel free to contact me, or ask your local County Bar Association for a referral to an attorney experienced in personal injury and unlawful detainer actions. Good luck.

    JEB Pickett
    Wynne Law Firm
    100 Drakes Landing Road, Suite 275
    Greenbrae, CA 94904

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