Glendale Premises Liability Attorneys
Serving Clients Injured on Unsafe Properties
Property owners have a legal duty to maintain the safety of their premises for visitors and guests. This means property owners can be held liable if unsafe conditions result in serious injury, assault, or death. If you or a loved one have suffered a serious injury because of the hazardous conditions of another person’s property, then you can take legal action to seek financial compensation. Get in touch with our premises liability team in Glendale today so we can review your case and explore your options under the law.
Slip & Fall Cases
Slip and fall injuries are commonly caused by hazardous conditions at a personal residence or business establishment. Our legal team is familiar with the various challenges associated with slip and fall claims. Whether your slip and fall accident was caused by ripped carpeting, a cluttered pathway, broken steps, a poorly lit walkway, or inadequate warning signs, our lawyers can help you track down the evidence you need to prove the property owner was aware of the hazardous condition and failed to repair it.
If crimes have recently happened at the premises or in the immediate area, then the property owner has a legal duty to take adequate security measures to help protect visitors. If you suffered injuries in a robbery, assault, or another incident on someone else’s property, then you might have a claim for inadequate security. Business properties like grocery stores, gas stations, strip clubs, and convenience stores often face premises liability claims arising from negligent security.
Swimming Pool Accidents
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), nearly 500 children under the age of 5 drown in swimming pools each year. The CPSC also reports that 3,000 children are treated in hospital emergency rooms each year for injuries associated with near-drownings. Our firm helps clients who have suffered serious injuries in swimming pool accidents caused by negligent supervision, lack of warning signs, and other hazardous conditions property owners fail to safely maintain.
Dog Bites & Animal Attacks
Dog and other pet attacks can result in serious injuries, scarring, disfigurement, infections, and even death. In California, dog owners are liable for an attack even if the dog had never bitten anyone before. Dog owners can still be liable for injuries inflicted by their pets even if they had no reason to suspect the animal was dangerous. Kennels, pounds, and animal shelters can also be held liable for injuries caused by dogs in their custody. If you or a loved one were bitten by a dog, then please consult with our attorneys to discuss what we can do to help you pursue maximum compensation.
Speak to Our Glendale Premises Liability Team Today
We can help you file a premises liability claim if you suffered an injury on private or public property. We are here to discuss the specifics of your accident. We know how to fight for fair compensation from negligent property owners and how to negotiate with insurance companies to help you maximize compensation for your injury and other damages.