Premises liability refers to the legal obligation of property owners to maintain reasonably safe conditions on their property for those with a legitimate reason to be there, such as shoppers at a mall or in a parking lot.  When property owners fail to keep up their property, those injured on the premises may be able to hold the owner responsible for their related expenses.

Slip and fall cases are among the most difficult to win, and for this reason many law firms will not accept, or rarely accept, a slip and fall case. We do not shrink from this
challenge at the Law Offices of Jacob Emrani, and will carefully study your accident to give our best advice on the chances of recovery. The law favors property owners by allowing them to only make “reasonable inspection” of the premises over time, so in cases of contested liability, an accident reconstruction expert is often required, who specializes in unsafe walking surfaces or tripping hazards. If you have fallen in an accident, save the shoes you were wearing at the time until you can get legal advice whether to proceed with a claim.

If you were injured, you deserve aggressive representation: call us today at (888) 952-2952!

Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys are trained to know what kinds of documents and “reasonable inspections” should have been made, and whether they appear to have been inadequate. Often a store will have security video capturing some aspect of your accident, and there may be witnesses who can only be found by an investigator. Our attorneys will pursue this information and, as is our motto, we “don’t take ‘no’ for an answer.

A Los Angeles Slip & Fall Attorney You Can Trust

Property owner liability varies depending on the rules and principles adopted in the jurisdiction where the injury occurred. An experienced personal injury lawyer at our firm can evaluate the strength of your premises liability claim and help you recover damages for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.

Injuries on a premises can happen anywhere, most commonly at:

  • parking lots,
  • supermarkets,
  • restaurants, and
  • shopping malls
  • Inside buildings due to dangerous conditions such as torn carpeting, bad lighting, narrow or poorly maintained stairs, or a wet floor

The owner of a business has a legal duty and resposibility to maintain the premises in a reasonably safe condition, or at least warn the public of a dangerous condition that they caused, were aware of, or should have been aware of. If these tests are not met, and you injure yourself on their property as a result of their failure to meet these conditions, you may have a valid claim against the business owner.

Speak with a Los Angeles slip and fall lawyer today and begin your claim for compensation by calling (888) 952-2952!


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