California Premises Liability Law Firm
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Defending Victims of Premises Liability
If you have been the victim of a “slip and fall” injury, another type of property injury, or a public injury that was a result of dangerous conditions, contact our firm immediately. You may be entitled to receiving compensation for your injuries occurred on such premises. To learn more about your legal options, call 888-529-3111, now!
What is Premises Liability?
Premises liability is a type of personal injury law. Premises liability cases are injuries that are caused by unsafe or defective conditions on a person’s property. Any injury that is caused by the negligence of the owner of the property you were injured is called a “property injury”. These injuries can occur in any place you happen to be: if you are injured in someone’s home because of the negligence of the homeowner, it is a “home injury”. If you are injured while out in a public place, that would be a “public injury”.
No matter if your property injury was a home injury or a public injury, the owners of the property can be held liable, if you were injured as a result of their negligence. Property owners are expected to provide reasonable care for their property in order to ensure the property is not in an inadequate condition. Types of inadequate conditions include wet floors that cause you to slip and fall, exposed electrical wires or other dangerous building materials, poor building security that leads to assault or injury to your person, poorly maintained elevators or escalators, dog bites, swimming pool and amusement park accidents, toxic chemical exposure, fires, and slip and fall from water leaks/flooding.
Common Injuries in Premises Liability Cases
If you are unsure if your injury was the result of property owner negligence, consider this list of common injuries had by victims in premise liability cases to see if your situation qualifies as a valid case:
- • Lacerations/Abrasions
- • Broken Bones
- • Disfigurement
- • Traumatic Head, Neck and Spinal Injuries
- • Amputation
- • Wrongful Death
If you or your loved one suffered any of these injuries from a poorly maintained property, you or they may have a valid premises liability case.
How JT Legal Group Builds Your Case
After we take your case, we will immediate begin to investigate your claim. Our investigation will yield us the relevant evidence that is the key to the best outcome for your case. With our decades of legal experience, our premises liability attorneys have the skill-set necessary to successfully fight and win your case.
Securing the Evidence
Our investigation will include securing evidence from the area of the incident. We will gather and analyze photos, witness reports, medical records, and accident reports to provide the most thorough evidence that you were the victim of a negligent property owner, and you are entitled to financial compensation for your injuries.
In Business to Defend Your Best Interests
Although we cannot guarantee the outcome of every case, we can further agree that we’ll place the utmost quality care and consideration into your claim. Here at JT Legal Group, we take pride in our results, and so should you.
There are many types of payments that can be made to you as a the result of winning a premises liability case. These payment types include compensation for current and continuing medical expenses, compensation for emotional and/or psychological distress, compensation for lost income as a result of injuries, as well as compensation for pain and suffering. These are considered separate types of compensation awards, and based upon the factors of your case, you may be entitled to more compensation than you may have originally thought.
Don’t Settle for Less. Contact our Premises Liability Attorneys, now!
Meet Your Attorney
Michael Avanesian has a primary focus within the field of corporate restructuring and litigation. Mr. Avanesian has a wide range of experience in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and has represented corporate and individual debtors, secured creditors, unsecured creditors, lessors, lessees, trustees and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and related litigation.