The Law Offices of Stuart E. Fagan is a civil rights law firm that fights against housing discrimination. Attorney Stuart E. Fagan began practicing law in 1991 after receiving academic honors at the University of Nebraska. Mr. Fagan is a Member of the State Bar California and the Bar of the United States Supreme Court. The law firm has represented scores of individuals who have experienced housing discrimination based on familial status (families with children), age, race, color, national origin, sex, and disability. Tenants throughout the State of California, including in San Diego, Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles, Clovis, Fresno, Sacramento, and Oakland have been helped by our firm. And in Fall 2019, we plan to begin helping tenants in Chicago and throughout Chicagoland. You are not alone; we are here to help you whether you live near an In-N-Out Burger or a Giordano’s Pizza.
Our success comes from hard work and a passion for justice. We enjoy our work and our clients. We gladly take on tough cases. When we review your case, we will give you an honest and to-the-point assessment based upon our knowledge of federal and state fair housing laws. We also will take the time to get to know you and your objectives. We will review your case with you and discuss it with you FREE of charge. There is never a charge to have your case reviewed. If you would like for us to review your case, then simply call us at (858) 247-2901 or email us. If we accept your case, then you will not be required to pay attorney’s fees or costs unless you win the case or there is a settlement. If you send an email, then you may expect a response before the end of the next business day.
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