Landowners have a responsibility to maintain a safe premises. If you are injured on someone else’s property, you may be able to sue the landlord, lessor, lessee, or manager of the property. Such injuries may occur both indoors and outdoors. Experts are often required to survey the area and determine if it meets safety standards. As such, you need a law firm with the strength, network and resources to properly prosecute your matter.
If you are injured on another person or entity’s land, you may have recourse against them as well as the property manager. Such injuries may occur at commercial property, private property and even government locations. Examples of premises liability include:
Dangerous condition on property.
Slip and fall accidents.
Dog bite accidents.
Construction site accidents.
Pool and gym accidents.
Failure to maintain accidents.
Water leaks or icy conditions.
Premises liability is based on the negligence of the landowner or manager. Under California law, the entities or individuals in charge of the land have a duty to keep it safe and warn of hazards. Should you be injured as a result of their failure to do so, you may have recourse against the landowner, lessor, lessee and manager of the land.
Compensation for Trip and Fall Injuries
Forouzan Law will seek full compensation for your catastrophic injury. This includes pain and suffering, past and future medical bills, loss of earnings and more. We advance all costs and do not receive a fee unless we successfully recover in your case.
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Trip and Fall Attorneys
Forouzan law has the expertise necessary to guide you and your family through a catastrophic injury. We are known for our personal attention and purposefully maintain a small pool of clients. Call us today for a free consultation.