Tenant Attorneys In San Francisco We help California tenants who have been illegally evicted, discriminated against, harassed, or forced to endure uninhabitable living conditions recover money for their losses.

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Your landlord is required to keep your unit in a habitable (livable) condition and to comply with all state and local health and safety codes. Your landlord must provide a unit with appropriate and effective weather and waterproofing and make timely and appropriate repairs if you’ve reported mold.

If your landlord is not making the necessary repairs promptly or is withholding repairs in an attempt to force you out, we can help. Our team has extensive experience handling mold cases and a passion for helping California tenants.

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About Tenant Law Group

Founded in 2016, Tenant Law Group is one of the largest law firms in the United States dedicated exclusively to representing renters.

We help California tenants who have been illegally evicted, discriminated against, harassed, or forced to endure uninhabitable living conditions recover money for their losses. We also offer virtual attorney consultations, during which tenants can meet with an attorney via Zoom or by phone for legal advice.

We are committed to growing our firm as rapidly as possible to serve the approximately 17 million Californians who are renters. In 2022, Inc. 5000 recognized Tenant Law Group as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States. Of the 42 law firms on the 2022 Inc. 5000 List, Tenant Law Group ranked #22 among them (#3,448 overall). Law Firm 500 has recognized Tenant Law Group as one of the fastest growing law firms in the country in each of its three years of eligibility: #22 in 2019, #12 in 2020, and #40 in 2021.

Our attorneys, including our Founder & CEO, have been recognized as Super Lawyers® (a distinction reserved for no more than 5% of attorneys in the state) and Super Lawyers® Rising Stars (a distinction reserved for no more than 2.5% of attorneys in the state).

In 2021 and 2022, Tenant Law Group was certified as a Great Place to Work.

Mission Statement

Tenant Law Group is dedicated to helping California renters who have been harassed, injured, discriminated against, illegally evicted, or forced to endure inhumane living conditions.

We are committed to the ideal that all tenants, regardless of financial resources, are entitled to legal representation. While our clients include renters from all backgrounds, we are especially dedicated to those who are most vulnerable—namely, the indigent, the elderly, immigrants, blue-collar workers, and individuals with disabilities. We believe in doing well by doing good, understand the high demand for tenant rights legal services in California generally and in the Bay Area in particular, and therefore aim to grow our firm as rapidly as possible to serve the approximately eighteen million renters in California. We treat our clients with dignity and respect, and value the personal and professional development of everyone in our organization.

Our core values are justice, compassion, professionalism, hard work, and innovation. Tenant Law Group is an equal opportunity employer.

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Our Intake Process

Our goal is to provide as much value as possible to all renters who contact our firm—whether or not they become clients. Renters generally contact us because they either need legal advice or legal representation. In some cases, we discover that renters who come to us for advice really need legal representation, and vice versa. The goal of our intake process is to understand the issues you are grappling with and your desired outcome so that we can recommend the appropriate legal service to help you achieve your goals.

To that end, our intake process consists of three simple steps.

  1. We Conduct an Intake. You share with us some basic information about your tenancy (e.g., rental property address, current rent, length of tenancy, etc.) and your desired outcome. You can do this by phone or via an online intake form—whichever option you prefer.
  2. We Schedule a Free Case Evaluation. We review the information you provided and schedule a free case evaluation with a non-attorney member of our New Client Intake & Engagement Team.
  3. We Recommend a Service. During your Free Case Evaluation, we discuss your matter and your desired outcome in greater detail and recommend a service that will best assist you in achieving this outcome.

If, at any time, you wish to speak to an attorney, you can do so. To book a consultation with a tenant rights attorney, either call us at (415) 915-7445 (San Francisco), (510) 991-5321 (Oakland), or (213) 214-0258 (Los Angeles); or complete the intake form below, selecting “I want to speak to an attorney right now.” Virtual attorney consultations are available to clients anywhere in the world.

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