San Diego Mobile Home Lawyers
Representing Mobile Home Park Residents Throughout California
A mobile home park resident is dependent on the park owner to maintain
the park and respect the residents' rights properly. When park owners
fail in their duties,
our team can come in to represent the residents and enforce their rights.
In California, specific laws govern the maintenance and treatment of mobile
home parks under the Mobile Home Residency Law. These laws are in place
to ensure that mobile homeowners or renters are treated fairly. However,
simply just knowing your rights isn't always enough. You must seek
legal counsel immediately if you believe a park owner has violated your
rights. Our mobile home park lawyers in San Diego represent individuals
throughout California and have secured $300+ million for mobile home resident
clients over the years.
Are you a mobile homeowner that isn't being treated fairly?
Contact Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP today at
(888) 998-2031 or
contact us online to meet with our lawyers for mobile homeowners in San Diego!
How Do I Know if I Have a Legal Case?
Residents' rights in mobile home parks are unique from the rights of
tenants of an apartment or house. Tenants of mobile home parks own their
homes but rent the space or pad their home is located on. Owning the house
but renting the property can be problematic if your rental agreement ends
or is terminated. Therefore you must understand the rights you are entitled
to. California has extensive laws regulating mobile home parks called
Mobilehome Residency Law (MRL). MRL is a complex structure of regulations and laws. IIt'simportant
to have someone on your side who has a deep understanding of these laws
and can advise you on your rights to file a claim against your landlord.
At Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP, we take pride in protecting our
client's best interests and rights. When you come to our legal team,
we will get to work right away investigating your situation's details
and compile evidence for your strong and compelling case.
Representing Mobile Home Park Residents
Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP has become a strong voice for mobile homeowners, particularly those facing
"David and Goliath" situations. We are tough negotiators and
excellent mobile home lawyers and have successfully represented:
- Mobile home residents are fighting for a decent, clean, and safe place
to live and against unfair treatment by park owners
- Mobile home residents facing park closure and conversion
Cities and counties often find themselves caught in a dispute between mobile
home residents and park owners. Due to issues such as rent control or
mobile home park closures or conversions,
Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP can help.
We can represent individuals in disputes involving:
- Failure to maintain common areas & streets
- Failure to maintain drainage, sewer, electrical, and water systems
- Overcharges for utility services
- Refusal to allow access to common areas
- Park closure and conversion
- Any real estate fraud
If you are enduring unfair treatment from your park owner, do not hesitate
to contact our firm for counsel. We can review your case, present your
legal options, and help you move forward with the correct steps. Our mobile
home park attorneys are tough negotiators and know how to take matters
to court. You can trust your mobile home case to us today!
Why You Should Hire Our Mobile Home Attorney
Representing clients since 1987
Hundreds of cases were tried before judges and juries
Proven track record of success
Extensive experience in the area of mobile home law
Our firm has secured numerous
successful case results for mobile home clients, including $111 million for homeowners at the
California Hawaiian mobile home park and more than $58 million for mobile home owners at Terrace View Mobile
Our clients have received compensation for their damages, including a refund
of rent paid, loss in value to their homes, and compensation for their
suffering through poor living conditions. Sometimes, our clients have
been awarded punitive damages as large as $95 million. Courts have also
ordered property repaired and buildings restored.
Jim Allen "Failure To Maintain Cases"