Los Angeles Premises Liability Attorneys
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When a person is invited to visit another person’s property, whether as a guest, employee, or licensee, they should be able to do so withut fear of being injured by a property owner’s careless actions. Under California’s premises liability laws, business owners, homeowners, and renters have a legal responsibility to maintain their property in a reasonably safe manner and can be held responsible for any personal injuries which may occur on their property. If you have been injured through no fault of your own on another person or party’s property, the knowledgeable Los Angeles premises liability lawyers at Mansell & Mansell, APC can ensure your rights are protected and pursue full compensatio from those responsible on your behalf.
Why choose Mansell & Mansell, APC? Consider the following reasons:
- More than 90 years of combined legal experience
- AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Multiple Super Lawyers® inclusions
- Proven history of successful results
- Overwhelmingly positive client feedback
You do not have to face your injuries alone – get in touch with us today to retain the support you need.
When Is a Property Owner Liable?
In the state of California, premises liability is based on the general principles of negligence and is governed by both statute and case law. Like any other negligence-based injury case, injured persons must be able
to establish that a property owner owed them a duty of care, that this duty was breached, and that the breach caused the plaintiff to suffer an injury. Premises liability cases can stem from a wide variety of accidents, including slip and fall injuries, construction accidents, electrical shocks, dog bite cases, swimming pool accidents, and assaults resulting from inadequate security.
Determining a property owner’s liability involves examining several considerations, including:
- Did the defendant own, occupy, or lease the property?
- Was the plaintiff’s harm reasonably foreseeable?
- Did the defendant’s conduct directly cause the plaintiff’s injury?
- Did the defendant exercise reasonable care?
If it can be proven that your injuries were indeed caused by a property owner’s negligent actions, you may have grounds to recover restitution for a wide range of damages including lost wages, pain and suffering, medical expenses, emotional distress, and the costs of rehabilitation. Our attorneys can review the circumstances surrounding your injuries and determine if you have a valid claim to compensation.
Your Case Matters – Contact Us Today
Whether you have been injured in a slip and fall at an amusement park or have been attacked by another person’s dog on their property, the last thing you need after suffering an injury at the hands of a negligent property owner is to face the resulting financial, emotional, and physical burden on your own. At Mansell & Mansell, APC, our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys understand your suffering and are prepared to do everything within our power to ensure your wellbeing is protected during this frustrating
time. Most importantly, we only accept cases on a contingency basis; in other words, you will not owe us a dime unless we are successful in securing the results you need.
You have nothing to lose. Call our office today at (323) 466-4900 to review your legal options.