Dangerous Premises Lead To Injuries
Premises liability is a type of personal injury matter in which a person suffers injury due to a hazardous condition of the property. According to California law, property owners are required to maintain a reasonably safe and warn people who come onto their property about potential dangers.
Common manifestations of premises liability include:
- Negligent security
- Falling objects
- Dog bites or animal attacks
- Building collapse
If you have suffered an injury on someone else’s property due to the negligence of a property owner, the legal team at Schimmel & Parks, APLC, can help. We can investigate your accident, gather evidence, negotiate with insurance adjusters and do whatever it takes to get the compensation you deserve.
Determining Fault In Premises Liability Cases
An individual who controls (i.e., owns, leases or occupies) the property in question owes a duty to use reasonable care in keeping the property in reasonably safe condition. This duty entails discovering any unsafe conditions and then repair or replace the condition. If repairing or replacing the unsafe condition is not completed, the person must provide the property with adequate warnings of any condition which could reasonably be expected to harm others. A person who fails to perform these mandatory duties will likely be found negligent.
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