I moved in my complex on December 2012 and I noticed that the cold air was coming in through the windows and the tile would start to get moist. So I called my housing from when I moved in here to now which is 2017 to see if they could fix my windows. Basically my 14 year old daughter slipped and hit her big toe and broke it.
I don't practice in California and avvo categorized your question as being about child abuse. I am going to change the category to Landlord & Tenant law so that attorneys in CA who might be able to answer your question will pay attention.
My primary suggestion though is that you really need an attorney more than an answer to your question. I suggest using the Find a Lawyer function here on avvo.com to seek out a personal injury or landlord & tenant lawyer to have a detailed, private consultation.
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First, send them a letter requesting the repair. That way you have a record. If they don't respond send them another advising that if they do not make the necessary repair within a reasonable time (ie. 2 weeks) you will consider it a habitability issue and pay for the repair yourself by deducting it from rent. These should get a reaction.
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