Los Angeles Premises Liability Attorneys
Helping Clients in Southern California Hold Property Owners Accountable
When an accident happens on someone else’s property because it was
unsafe, you may wonder whether or not the property owner is liable for
the damages. In many cases, these types of injuries are the result of
a property owner's negligence. If you need help obtaining compensation
for a premises injury, call the Los Angeles premises liability lawyers
at The Law Office of Robert Starr, APC for a free consultation about what
to do next.
(800) 561-8627 now or
contact our team online to plan what to do next. We do not collect any legal fees until you obtain
a settlement in your favor.
When Is a Property Owner Liable?
The law states that the owner of the property is responsible for any accidents
or incidents resulting in serious injury which happen on their property
due to negligence. This can involve failing to reasonably maintain or
repair property, failing to remove hazardous conditions, or failing to
provide warnings for a hazardous condition.
Common examples of premises liability lawsuits include:
Were You Hurt on Someone Else’s Property?
Under California law, property owners must keep their property reasonably
safe and provide warnings of any serious hazards present on the property.
If a property owner fails to fulfill these duties and a person is injured
on the property as a result, the inured party may be eligible for compensatory damages.
These damages may include a payment of:
- Medical bills for treatment of the injury
- Lost wages
- Compensation for permanent disability
- Emotional distress
- Other reasonable damages linked to the accident
At The Law Office of Robert Starr, APC, we have handled many types of premises
liability cases, going up against property owners, hotels, shopping centers,
and other businesses who knew about a problem and failed to protect their
If you have been injured on the property of another, call
(800) 561-8627 for a free, confidential case evaluation.