Every year, countless people sustain injuries while on another person's property.
A property owner is required to use reasonable care to maintain his or her property in safe condition or to warn of dangerous conditions on the property.
If the property owner failed to act in a manner that contributed to your injuries on his/her property, the property owner can be held liable for your injuries.
Examples of negligence include:
- A broken hand rail
- Wet substance on the floor of a business
- Bad lighting in a parking lot
- Obstruction on a walk way
- Cracked sidewalk
All of these conditions can be dangerous and should be fixed immediately.
If you were injured on another person's property as a result of a dangerous situation, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, including medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitation and pain and suffering.
Premises liability refers to the responsibility of property owners and the victim's right to be compensated for his or her injuries.
At the personal injury law offices of Peach & Weathers we believe that property owners have a duty to keep their property safe for visitors. We are conveniently located in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Call us today; we will work hard to ensure that you receive the compensation to which you are entitled. Our attorneys are ready waiting to discuss your case today at (909) 889-0471 free initial consultation.