For those with little to no experience with legal disputes (many), there is some confusion as to how to address those legal problems. Do we file a lawsuit? Do we go to arbitration? Do we mediate? Well, each one of these can be viable options to resolve a legal issue (sometimes required). First off, you… Read More
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Being sued for breach of contract? How to defend the claims.
Just got served with a summons and complaint or a demand letter? Is there someone alleging that you breached a contract with them? Have no fear, Fry Law Corporation is here! For general info, see another blog about responding to a lawsuit in general here. Contracts are not always as straightforward as they appear. Complying… Read More
Introducing, Kristine Du, FLC’s newest addition!
Fry Law Corporation is excited to announce the recent addition of Kristine Du, trial and litigation attorney! Kristine will be working on virtually all areas of law and has a passion for employment litigation. Read more here: https://www.frylawcorp.com/kristine-du/
How to win a personal injury case
So, you’ve been hit in your car by another driver. Or, you’ve slipped on some spilled pasta sauce at a grocery store. Maybe you’ve tripped on a sidewalk and fell. You are injured because of an accident of some kind. What do you need to successfully pursue that case? In any case involving personal injuries,… Read More
Partition: Co-Owning Property and Your Rights
Are you a co-owner of a property and the other party isn’t doing what you want to do? Did you know, as co-owner, you have the same rights as any other (depending on percentages of course). Nevertheless, you have the power to do what you feel is best for you and the property. Here at… Read More
Why do lawyers turn down cases?
If you ever had to look for an attorney to help you out with your legal troubles, you may have gotten a declination letter from one at some point. It happens a lot. In fact, lawyers turn down more cases than they accept. Don’t lose hope! Attorneys decline cases for lots of reasons, many of… Read More
Foreclosure and Eviction Moratoriums in California
So it looks like this coronavirus thing is here to stay huh? Well, if you are a tenant facing eviction or a homeowner facing foreclosure, there’s good news for you! State, Local and Federal governments are doing everything they can to prevent you from being evicted or foreclosed on. Back in March, the California government… Read More
How to Prepare for Depositions!
A common issue we here at Fry Law have to cover with any of our clients who are involved in lawsuits is depositions. Almost every litigant will either have a deposition taken of them or have to take a deposition of their own during their legal case. To understand depositions, it makes sense to get… Read More
Landlords and Tenants During and After Covid-19
So, it seems this Coronavirus thing is here to stay huh? If you are in California, you know that one of the major issues impacted by Covid-19 relate to landlord/tenant laws. There are various rules and restrictions in place that help tenants and place severe restrictions on landlords. These restrictions are nearing an end and… Read More
Covid-19 and Your Contracts
Times are crazy and unprecedented. Fry Law is still here. Fry Law is still suing people! During these times we are getting a lot of questions relating to contracts. Specifically, monthly or subscription-based contracts. A couple common examples are monthly gym memberships and lease agreement where the space is not available due to Coranavirus (hair… Read More