The Law Offices of Ted A. Greene, Inc. was formed in 2002. We have helped many people n the years since. We currently have 3 attorneys working in the areas of Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Foreclosure Defense, Real Estate Law and Civil Litigation. If we can't help you we will try to find you someone who might be able to by referring you to another firm. We pride ourselves on treating our clients like we would like to be treated so if you have any legal needs you should give us a call.
- Foreclosure Defense
- Personal Injury
- Real Estate Law
- Car Accidents
We will always give you a free consultation where we analyze your case and explain your options.
Credit Cards Accepted
We accept debit cards only
We take personal injury cases on a contingency basis and sometimes we can do other matters on a contingency depending on the situation. We cannot and do not take Bankruptcy cases on a contingency basis.
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Merced Coll
- Undergraduate Degree
- Lincoln Law School
- Law Degree
- California City Trial Lawyers Association
- - Current
- California State Bar  # 220392
- - Current
- Q. Asbestos contamination and complaints
- A: Hopefully you hired a licensed contractor. The contractor should have insurance coverage. You should inquire to your contractor if they have liability insurance and also put them on notice of a possible claim... and while you are at it ask them if there is a possibility that your condo has asbestos and why didn't they safeguard against this.
- Q. Can I get compensation for consuming a expired drink that made me sick?
- A: The previous answer is good.. but you might contact the manufacturer and explain the problem and sometimes they will give you some good value in the form of coupons. don't send them the product until they give you something. You could also sue them in small claims court for your costs and the experience you endured... but I wouldn't expect much so I also wouldn't put a lot of time into any of the above.
- Q. Can I sue the cops if they rammed at a suspect charged with reckless driving (misdemeanor) and left him paralyzed?
- A: it's possible but the police have a lot of immunities when chasing suspects. We handle these cases and they are difficult. Sit down with an attorney with this type of experience and have a FREE consultation. good luck to you... TED