Searching for an appropriate place for you and your family to live is difficult under the best of circumstances. It is nearly impossible when a prospective landlord discriminates against you, which includes a refusal to show you a property or charges you more because of your race, disability or other protected status. Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, the Fair Housing Act (FHA) seeks to provide fair housing throughout the United States. The FHA prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental and financing of dwellings based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or familial status (presence of child under age of 18, and pregnant women). Most notably, the FHA prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities, which includes the refusal to make reasonable accommodations in the rules, policies, practices, or services when the accommodations are necessary to afford you with an equal opportunity to use and enjoy the dwelling.
Attorneys Fighting Against Housing Discrimination
At Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, our team of experienced trial attorneys have successfully represented many members of the community in cases involving housing discrimination. Discrimination by your landlord or prospective landlord may be challenged based on laws requiring fair and equal housing opportunities for all. Our lawyers believe that housing discrimination must be strongly opposed.
Equal Housing Lawyers Opposing Discrimination by Your Landlord
We have extensive experience in defending tenants and their rights based on local, state, and federal anti-discrimination in housing laws. Tennant rights to equal and fair housing must be enforced to ensure equal housing for all.
Contact Our Fair Housing Attorneys
Call 303–578-4400 or fill out our online form to contact our law firm and discuss your case with our experienced trial lawyers.