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Riverside | San Bernardino Land Owner Liability Attorney

Land Owner Liability Attorney


When someone is injured as a result of unsafe property or building conditions, they may have a right to make a claim for their damages against the owner of the property.

Dangerous Premises

Premises liability generally refers to injuries that occur to victims as a result of unsafe conditions on another person's property. The types of premises liability cases can be almost limitless.
Some common types of accidents typically covered by premises liability can include:

  • Slip and falls,
  • Swimming pools,
  • Fires,
  • Explosions,
  • Roof cave-ins,
  • Broken glass,
  • Playground equipment injuries
  • Falling merchandise
  • Elevator, escalator, staircase injuries
  • Improper traffic patterns or poor lighting
  • Food poisoning based on poor hygiene
  • Equipment falls-and-failures - ladders, scaffolding, lifts
  • Security-related premises liability
  • Physical or sexual assaults in a public place
  • Improper supervision or failure to warn
  • Inadequate or missing signage
  • Improper maintenance of doors, locks or gates
  • Animal attacks,
  • Faulty store displays
  • Inadequate security.

Negligent premises conditions can exist in just about every type of building or open space, including homes, apartment complexes, theaters, malls, sports facilities, amusement parks, government buildings, commercial buildings, farms, and other open land spaces.

Duty of Land Owners
The law requires property owners to maintain safe conditions in their homes or business premises. They must also warn of dangerous conditions and perform regular safety inspections. 
Every city has a building code which requires compliance with safety standards and regulations. Shopping centers, factories, and streets and highways are also covered by safety standards.  
These claims can be difficult for a variety of reasons. The success of the case depends on clear evidence of the damaged or improperly maintained property, as well as whether the owner knew about the risks his property posed to the persons who came onto his property.
Preserving and documenting the evidence of the hazardous condition on someone else’s property is critical to a fast and successful resolution of a premises liability case. In order to do this correctly and effectively, an experienced premises liability lawyer should be contacted as soon as possible.
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If you or a loved one are injured while shopping, visiting a home or a commercial premises, or while walking or traveling on a city street, highway or sidewalk contact Lombera Legal. 
One of our lawyers will investigate your case and determine if the injury was caused by violation of a safety code or negligent conduct on the part of the landowner.

 

 

A San Bernardino and Riverside, California, personal injury law firm with offices in Redlands, and Palm Springs California. We also serve clients throughout the state of California.

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