It is possible for nearly any type of accident to have a premises liability component if it was the result of negligence on the part of the property owner. California law states that you are entitled to receive compensation for your injuries if a property owner is found liable for the accident as a result of the owner’s actions which created the risk or the owner’s failure to take action which could have mitigated the risk.
Under California premises liability laws, property owners and managers of commercial properties owe visitors who have the intent to conduct an economic transaction (ie shoppers) a heightened duty of care. A property owner has a duty to protect and or warn an invitee of all known and knowable dangers. Common dangers can include, wet or slippery floors, food and debris on the floor left for an unreasonable amount of time, loose carpeting, bad lighting and many other conditions. We have also seen cases of negligence by the city where the sidewalk concrete was damaged or other parts of the city have been negligently maintained. Our law firm can handle all trip and fall cases, even if the defendant is the government.
Our firm has had record setting settlements and verdicts in the State of California in slip/trip and fall matters. If you or a family member has been injured in an accident and you think it might be due to negligence on the part of the property owner, we encourage you to speak with our personal injury law firm to discuss the details of your case. Contact us at 310-205-2525 to schedule a FREE consultation, during which you will learn about the options that are available to you. You are under no obligation to hire our firm, and we will provide you with honest and accurate guidance about the choices in front of you.
Having an advocate fighting for you can be extremely important when you are suffering from the consequences of an accidental injury, especially if you think your situation is more complicated than what is listed above. Our accident law firm takes pride in handling unique cases, so you can feel confident in discussing your circumstances with a personal injury law firm that will fight for you at every turn. These types of cases can be extremely time sensitive because the property owner may not preserve the evidence of the dangerous condition created. For this reason, we encourage you to call us NOW at 310-205-2525 or fill out the form below.