In California, private and public property owners can be held legally liable for all injuries and accidents that take place on their premises or on their land. Under state law, property owners are responsible for maintaining their premises to ensure the safety of all visitors.
Incidents usually covered by premise liability include swimming pool accidents, broken glass, explosions, amusement park accidents, inadequate security, defective fixtures, and dangerous conditions, among others.
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If you suffered from serious injuries in an accident and wish to determine whether you have a premises liability case, consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer from Lexton Law Firm as soon as possible.
Slip and Fall and other Premises Liability Cases in California
As a victim, you may be able to file a personal injury claim, if you can show that the property owner showed negligence in allowing the dangerous or hazardous condition to exist. You must be able to establish to the court that the defendant owed you a specific duty of care, that the defendant breached this duty of care, and that this breach of duty therefore caused your injuries.
If a property owner or manager fails to keep his property free of dangers and hazards, then he may be considered liable to the injured party for premises liability damages. You may be eligible to recover damages for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, present and future lost wages.
Premises liability cases in California can be rather complex, but a competent and qualified personal injury lawyer from Lexton Law Firm should be able to help you determine whether or not you have a case against a negligent party.
Hiring Lexton Law Firm
If you were seriously hurt or injured due to a dangerous or hazardous condition on another person’s property, it would be best to consult with a reputable attorney who can thoroughly investigate your situation.
Lexton Law Firm can handle almost any personal injury case, including those regarding premises liability. Our experienced premises liability lawyers will work tirelessly to ensure that you are compensated fairly and fully for your physical, emotional, psychological and financial injuries.
Our law firm works on a contingency basis. We charge no upfront fees, filing costs or court fees. We only get paid if we win your case. Simply put, our attorneys only get paid when you get paid.