Representation for Premises Liability Claims

Rancho Cucamonga Personal Injury Attorneys

Premises liability cases are filed when a person is injured on another person's property. In most cases, the owner of a property is liable for the accident that took place. Plaintiffs are required to prove that the accident occurred because of the owner or manager's negligence. For example, a person cannot sue a grocery store if he or she is recklessly riding through the aisles on the cart and falls, causing injury to him or herself. A person can, however, sue if he or she slips and falls on a spill that was not cleaned up or at least marked as a hazard.

Premises liability cases often involve:

  • Elevator accidents
  • Swimming pool drowning or near drowning
  • Theme park injuries
  • Animal attacks
  • Stair injuries
  • Toxic exposure
  • Injuries sustained in unsound and unsafe buildings because of building code violations

Slip & Fall Accidents and Premises Liability

The most common type of premises liability accident is a slip and fall. This type of incident occurs when an individual slips on something that was left on the ground and falls backward or forward, possibly suffering broken bones, muscle tears, head injuries, lacerations, or other harm. Slip and fall or trip and fall accidents can occur when a property manager fails to remove or repair hazards that present dangers to visitors.

Premises liability incidents typically occur when a property owner fails to:

  • Clean up spills
  • Repair worn carpet
  • Remove trip hazards such as wires or beams from a walkway
  • Remove ice from steps
  • Clean up water tracked inside from rain

If you are the victim of a slip and fall or trip and fall injury that could have easily been avoided, then don't hesitate to call a skilled personal injury attorney to help you with your case.

Choose the experienced advocacy of Atlantis Law!

If you were harmed on someone else's property, you need to explore your options to pursue compensation. right to sue. A skilled lawyer at Atlantis Law can evaluate your case and assist you with seeking justice for your suffering and losses. Contact a Rancho Cucamonga premises liability lawyer from the firm to discuss your legal options!

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