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San Bernardino Premises Liability Attorney
Your Experienced Premises Liability Attorney
If you were injured on another’s property, our team of dedicated attorneys are here to help you evaluate the next best steps. Whether you were injured on a commercial property or injured at a friend’s residence, we have the necessary skills and resources to help you seek justice. If you have been injured, it is important to act quickly to protect your legal rights. The property owner must be held liable for the damages you have suffered, including medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
By law, every property owner is responsible for maintaining their premises and making sure it is safe for people. This is known as a duty of care and can apply to invited guests, children and licensees. However, if a person is trespassing or comes onto your property without your knowledge or consent, they may not fall under this duty of care umbrella.
Examples of premises liability cases include:
- Slip and falls
- Poor maintenance
- Dangerous conditions
- Dog bites
- Water leaks
- Swimming pool accidents
- Lack of security
- Unsuitable lighting
- Damaged walkways or handrails
Building security issues can also be considered premises liability if a landlord or owner has failed to take necessary security steps to prevent safety hazards and break-ins. If you or a loved one are a victim of a premises liability accident, please contact LAW & PISH- Injury Trial Lawyers to speak with an experienced premises liability attorney. Call (951) 683-8320 for a free consultation today.
We got justice and I have peace now. My family will always be grateful for Ms. Law and that she answered our call.
Patricia A. Law
Patricia A. Law has tried more than 100 Jury Trials and Binding Arbitrations
- Over 30 Years of Trial Experience
- Specializes in Catastrophic Injury Cases
- Biggest Win: “$29.5 Million Wrongful Death Verdict”
- #1 Trial Attorney in San Bernardino County
- Specializes in Medical Malpractice Law