Property owners and managers who have control over real property in Southern California can be held liable for injuries that happen on their premises.

This is why owners, managers, and occupiers are supposed to have periodic inspections to make sure no unsafe conditions exist on the premises.

Normally the property owner is ultimately responsible for the injuries on his/her premises despite whoever is managing the property. This means that even if the property is managed by another entity such as a hired property manager or a management company, the responsibility for safe conditions still lies within the owner of such real property.

Most common injuries in premises liability cases arise from broken stairs, broken sidewalks, uneven floors, damaged sidewalks and other poorly maintained infrastructure and or hazardous conditions.

Why Contact Premises Liability Lawyers?

When you are injured in an accident on someone’s premises due to existing hazardous conditions, the first thing that’s on your mind is your own well-being. Depending on your injury you may not even think about holding the real property owner responsible for your injuries because you are simply too preoccupied with physical and emotional pain and concerns. However, you should be aware that you may be eligible to file a premises liability claim if you’ve been injured by:

  • Dog Bites
  • Insufficient Security
  • Fires
  • Misplaced Electrical Cords
  • Poor Lighting
  • Exposure to Chemicals
  • Construction Materials
  • Spilled Liquids
  • Uneven Floors
  • Swimming Pool Accident

Accident injuries make a significant impact on many different facets of our lives. Our Los Angeles premises liability attorney has worked with injury victims extensively and understands the circumstances people are faced with after injuries. We can examine your circumstances and come up with a workable plan to recover the maximum compensation possible for your inconvenience, pain, and suffering.

Our Premises Liability Attorneys Are Here to Help You

After you receive medical treatment for your injuries, you should consider speaking with our Los Angeles premises liability attorney to see if negligence had a role in your injury on real property premises. We will examine your claim and let you know if you have a case.