Have you been injured while on someone else’s property? Slipped and fell at a grocery store? Experience a deck collapse with you on it? Or maybe you were attacked in a parking lot with no lights or security? In any of these cases, you may be eligible to file a premises liability claim.
Premises liability is an area of personal injury law that focuses on injuries a victim suffers while on someone else’s property. In California, property owners have a duty to make sure their property is safe, secure, and free from hazards. If they fail to do these things and you are harmed, as a result, they can be held legally liable for your injuries.
If you think you have a premises liability case, contact Zarabi Law. Schedule a free consultation to learn more about your legal rights. We will also offer guidance on your options to pursue recovery from the party responsible for your injuries.
Common Premises Liability Accidents
There are numerous possible scenarios that could lead to a premises liability claim. In California, some of the most common premises-related accidents are:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Animal attacks
- Construction site accidents
- Defective elevators or escalators
- Inadequate lighting in parking or common areas
- Inadequate security
As you can see, premises liability accidents can involve a wide range of negligence, carelessness, and even malicious criminal intent. It is incredibly important to speak with a skilled premises liability attorney if you are involved in this type of accident.
Premises Liability Compensation
If you are injured in an accident and can prove that it was the property owner’s fault, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and losses. At Zarabi Law, we commonly recover compensation for our clients for their:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Punitive damages
Contact a Premises Liability Attorney
If you are injured in a premises liability accident, don’t waste time contacting a premises liability attorney. At Zarabi Law, we understand the timelines, legal process, and requirements for filing a premises liability claim. Contact us to find out what sort of compensation you may qualify for. Schedule a free consultation by calling 213-335-2984.
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