When Could I Sue for Premises Liability in California?

When Could I Sue for Premises Liability in California?

Premises liability is an area of the law that addresses a property owner's responsibility to maintain a reasonably safe environment for their visitors. While most people assume that this duty of care only applies to business owners or the managers of public property, but it is important to note that residential home owners are not exempt from liability. That being said, premises liability cases can stem from a wide variety of incidents. Unless the victim can prove that their injuries were caused by the property owner's negligence or carelessness, however, they would not be entitled to compensation. For this reason, it is highly recommended that you discuss your case with a Modesto personal injury attorney if you have been seriously injured on someone else's property.

At the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro, we are able to represent the following premises liability cases:

  • Dog bites & animal attacks
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Inadequate / negligent security
  • Toxic exposure cases
  • Sexual assault cases
  • Building code violations
  • Trip and fall accidents
  • Commercial property defects
  • Elevator / escalator accidents
  • Parking lot accidents

Think you have a case? If so, you should not hesitate to schedule a free initial consultation with the dedicated legal team at our firm. Not only can we offer more than three decades of experience in the field of personal injury law, but we have even been able to secure more than $350 million in jury verdicts and insurance settlements on behalf of past clients. For this reason, you can trust that the Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro will provide you with the skilled legal representation that you deserve. All you have to do is contact our office today at (209) 803-5117 to get started. If you would prefer to reach us online, you can also submit a free case evaluation form directly from our website.