Our Law Offices service the following communities: Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Ventura, Camarillo, Moorpark, Santa Paula, Port Hueneme, Ojai and Fillmore. There are a number of smaller villages and rural residential communities scattered from the western coastal corridor to small pockets in the eastern, more mountainous areas of the county. Unincorporated communities include Bardsdale, Casa Conejo, Channel Islands Beach, El Rio, Faria Beach, La Conchita, Lake Sherwood, Meiners Oaks, Mira Monte, Newbury Park, Oak Park, Oak View, Piru, Point Mugu, Saticoy and Somis.
Consultations are always free and cases are always accepted on a contingency fee basis. Our staff has been with us for many years and we work well as a team to provide you with the most effective representation in Ventura County. Do you have a question? Do you want to know if you have case? Fill out our case evaluation form and we will immediately respond with answers to your urgent questions. Remember: In Ventura County, the “fast track” rules require that a case be ready for trial within one year from the date it is filed. Get started with us today
Ventura County benefits from the stability of a diversified economy, enabling it to weather the inevitable ups and downs of economic forces that are out of its control, such as the current housing slide. The county’s economic base has grown more varied and diverse in recent years. Once based primarily on oil and agriculture, the economy has diversified over recent years. Finance, insurance and real estate account for a significant aspect of that diversification, followed by manufacturing and high-tech. Most cities in the county have experienced retail sales growth, but the slowing housing market has had an effect on the real estate and retail industry.
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Consultations are always free and cases are always accepted on a contingency fee basis. Our staff has been with us for many years and we work well as a team to provide you with the most effective representation in Ventura County.