Areas of Practice
Litigation, Lawsuits and Trials
Under the Constitution, we are entitled to due process under the law. The drafters of the Constitution designed it to ensure that everyone has equal access to the legal system and are able to have their day in Court. Sadly, the increasing rates of attorneys has made due process unable to achieve for the everyday person who needs legal help.
The legal support team at Fry Law Corporation is at your service. We strive to ensure that every person, whether you are a multi-million dollar corporation or a single parent facing legal woes, has help navigating through the maze we call the legal system.
We can offer reliable and affordable assistance in legal matters concerning a variety of areas. We can provide an alternative to the un-affordable hourly fees charged by most attorneys. We can make the legal process understandable and more importantly, affordable.
No matter what your financial situation is, we will strive to make sure you can afford to have an attorney on your side. If you need to sue or are being sued, or if you simply have a legal question, give us a call for a free consultation.
Unfortunately, tenancies do not always work out. Sometimes a tenant refused to pay without justification and sometimes a landlord acts unreasonably.
Fry Law Corporation has handled many complex landlord tenant issues from simple evictions proceedings on behalf of landlord, all the way up to challenging evictions based on Constitutional protections that were violated.
If you want to sue your landlord, click here.
Call if you are in need of any landlord or tenant assistance.
In California, the state’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), provides a list for protected classes, meaning it is unlawful for an employer to terminate or discriminate against an employee, based on their membership in that protected class.
The FEHA protects individuals from discrimination by employers based on their race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age (over 40), mental and/or physical disability, sex, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or other related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition, genetic condition, marital status and military and veteran status.
Falling behind on your mortgage does not mean that you do not have rights. California Legislature has passed a variety of laws to level the playing field for struggling borrowers. The set of laws is known as the "Homeowner Bill of Rights."
Some of the requirements imposed on the bank include offering a good faith review for loss mitigation options, including a loan modification. If the bank has acted in bad faith, the Court will grant a restraining order against any sale until the bank proves compliance.
Fry Law Corporation has extensive experience with these laws and other legal theories upon which homeowners can challenge the foreclosure of their home.
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Business or Commercial Law
Owning and operating a business is difficult. Complying with the law is almost a full-time job.
Fry Law Corporation has assisted businesses in purchase and sale transactions, liability audits, corporate and other business formation, and many other issues that are presented to businesses and their owners.
If you own a business and are not represented, you should call immediately.
Under the FEHA, an employer is prohibited from harassing an employee based on their protected status, and can range from minor offensive behavior, such as workplace jokes, to serious offensive behavior that rises to the level of intimidation or unwanted contact.
Sexual harassment can be in the form of a hostile work environment or quid pro quo. The FEHA does not recognize a distinction between the two, and has been defined by the California Supreme Court as “conduct outside the scope of necessary job performance, conduct presumably engaged in for personal gratification, because of meanness or bigotry, or for other personal motives. Reno v. Baird.
Sadly, television commercial personal injury lawyers' lack of advocacy has led to a majority of personal injury attorneys looking for the quick and easy money and not putting emphasis on the fact that their clients have actually suffered. No one should have to suffer at the hands of another...no matter what, and when they do, their attorney should ensure that they are fully compensated.
We only have a short time on this planet and that time should be spent exactly how each person wishes to spend it.
Fry Law Corporation strives to ensure that, though we cannot turn back time, we can do the next best thing and provide compensation to make up for the lost enjoyment in the future. We understand that in a lot of cases, a jury trial is the only way to get what an injured client deserves. As such, we are prepared to go to bat for you.
Whether it's a car accident, slip and fall or some other injury, we are here to help.
Call or click for a free case evaluation. Most personal injury cases are taken on a contingency, meaning you do not pay a dime unless we recover.
Our attorneys at Fry Law Corporation are dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of employees. Our attorneys are extremely knowledgeable and well-versed in all aspects of employment litigation.
Fry Law Corporation has been a successful advocate on behalf of numerous employees who have brought claims for sexual harassment, discrimination (including disability, race and gender), retaliation (including whistleblower, workers’ compensation, workplace safety such as CAL-Osha violations), wage and hour violations (including denial of proper compensation and employment benefits), and wrongful termination.
Breach of Contract
Fry Law Corporation offers a range of services to individuals and families dealing with breach of contract situations. When a contract has been breached by a party it's of the utmost importance that individuals and companies protect themselves and their assets in the event that conflicts arise. This is where our breach of contract lawyers are invaluable, because we can make sure that you can get what you're owed if you've been wronged.