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Michael Reiter | Inland Empire Personal Injury Attorney

Michael Reiter is looking for clients interested in preserving their rights and working with him on their case.  Michael Reiter is a hands-on attorney; he will handle every aspect of your case.  If you want a professional approach, with an attorney that you can contact directly at any time, and whose goal is to answer all electronic mail and phone calls as soon as possible and in most cases within twenty four hours.  Michael Reiter can use his years of experience as a municipal attorney and as a hearing officer to help you in your dealings with the government, including personal injury claims (Government Claims or Tort Claims), for real estate and planning issues and appeals, to code enforcement disputes with code enforcement agencies.

 
Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law is a Redlands, California-based law practice with an emphasis on Personal Injury Law.  Michael Reiter also practices in Municipal Law, including Code Enforcement, Small Business Law and Real Estate Law, including eminent domain and inverse condemnation related to property damage caused by flooding or fire.  Michael Reiter serves the entire Inland Empire, and practices in the state and federal courts of Riverside County and San Bernardino County.  Michael Reiter is very familiar with Southern California because he has lived in California all his life, and is an Inland Empire native.

Michael Reiter's Personal Injury Law practice focuses on helping people whose body, mind, or property have been damaged.  Michael Reiter assists those who have been injured by the government, businesses and individuals. Michael Reiter's personal injury law practice includes: accidents and personal injuries; car accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents, dangerous property including dangerous conditions of public property; financial injuries; intentional injuries; mass accidents; serious injuries and catastrophic injuries; trespass, nuisance and real property torts; eminent domain and inverse condemnation (including flooding and fire); and wrongful death.


Michael Reiter has almost fourteen years of experience as a lawyer.  After receiving an A.B. from the University of California, Berkeley and a Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law in California's Silicon Valley, Michael Reiter returned to Southern California's Inland Empire in 1998.

Michael Reiter worked as an attorney for Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino for more than a year.  Michael Reiter's work at the Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino included defending clients in eviction cases.

In 2001, Michael Reiter became a Deputy City Attorney for the City of San Bernardino. At the City of San Bernardino, Michael Reiter prosecuted violations of the San Bernardino Municipal Code and adopted codes.  Michael Reiter co-advised the City of San Bernardino's Code Enforcement Department/Division, including advice about citations, administrative warrants, and administrative hearings.  Mr. Reiter handled a variety of civil cases on behalf of the City of San Bernardino.

Michael Reiter defended the City of San Bernardino from claims of dangerous condition of public property involving such factual situations as tree branch drops in parks, upraised and cracked sidewalks, and potholes.  Michael Reiter defended City of San Bernardino employees in motor vehicle incidents, including claims arising from such departments and divisions as the San Bernardino Police Department and Animal Control.  Michael Reiter defended San Bernardino police officers from claims of federal civil rights violations under 42 United States Code section 1983, including allegations of excessive force and violations of the 4th Amendment (search warrants and probable cause). Michael Reiter also advised the Telecommunications Division regarding telecommunications law.  Michael Reiter defended the City in actions such as petitions to quiet title, eminent domain and inverse condemnation, and other real estate and real property matters.  Mr. Reiter advised the City on municipal law issues such as the Brown Act, the Political Reform Act, and the California Public Records Act.

Michael Reiter became the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Redlands in 2006. As Assistant City Attorney, Michael Reiter acted as City Attorney in the absence of the City Attorney. Michael Reiter gave City of Redlands employees and departments advice on public works contracts, telecommunications law, land use, and other aspects of municipal law.  Mr. Reiter defended the City of Redlands in lawsuits including dangerous conditions of public property, motor vehicle accidents, and alleged civil rights violations.  Michael Reiter also prosecuted violations of the Redlands Municipal Code, including at administrative hearings and in San Bernardino Superior Court.  Mr. Reiter drafted agreements and municipal ordinances and resolutions.  Michael Reiter also appeared opposing Pitchess Motions seeking police officer personnel files. Today, Michael Reiter is a Redlands, California-based attorney helping clients with needs in civil litigation including Personal Injury Law, Small Business Law, Real Property Law, including eminent domain and inverse condemnation (including damage by flooding and fire), and Municipal Law, including Code Enforcement.

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Michael Reiter
1255 W. Colton Avenue, Suite 104,
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 708-6055