Andrew Wolff is an attorney working on behalf of injured people and tenants suing their landlord due to the poor conditions of their rental units. He is a graduate of University of San Francisco School of Law, and his practice centers on personal injury and landlord-tenant litigation. For three years, Mr. Wolff served as a City Commissioner on the Oakland Rent Stabilization Board as a tenant representative. He is currently a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California, East Bay Tenant Bar Association, Alameda County Bar Association, and a Board Member of Housing Rights Incorporated in the East Bay.
Mr. Wolff has practiced law for twelve years, and has extensive experience in all phases of landlord-tenant and personal injury litigation. He is well known in the non-profit community, and volunteers on behalf of low income people.
Mr. Wolff cares deeply about the people he represents, and the underlying issues involved in personal injury and landlord-tenant litigation. He feels so strongly about obtaining fair results for his clients that he pledges never to obtain more in attorney fees than you might obtain in any settlement or verdict with his representation. Mr. Wolff provides personal attention and quality legal consultation to his clients. His practice has grown because his clients come back and refer their friends to him.
Chris Beatty’s expertise focuses on housing rights and personal injury cases. Mr. Beatty joined the Law Offices of Andrew Wolff in January 2012 from the Eviction Defense Center, a non-profit law organization dedicated to serving low-income tenants.
Mr. Beatty has extensive litigation experience, with an almost perfect record of success. He has worked diligently on behalf of low income tenants, to the extent that in 2009 he spearheaded the management and transition plan of the abandoned California Hotel into a 150-unit affordable housing project.
Mr. Beatty graduated from New York Law School in 2006, where he was a recipient of the New York Law School Dianne Abbey Public Service Fellowship. He is a member of the Alameda County Bar Association and serves on the ACBA Judicial Appointments Evaluation Committee.