Property occupiers and owners are required by law to keep their premises in reasonably safe condition. If they don’t, and someone else is injured as a result, the owner or occupier can be held liable. If you or a loved one was injured on a poorly maintained public or private property, the premises liability attorneys at the Jorgensen Law in San Diego can help you seek compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and other losses incurred because of the accident.
Liability claims are time-sensitive because valuable evidence can disappear within hours of the incident. You can call a San Diego premises liability lawyer on our team today at 1-888-855-2948 or contact us 24/7 through our online form for a free case evaluation.
Case Types Handled by Our San Diego County Premise Liability Lawyer
A premise liability claim can arise from any number of scenarios. Because every claim is unique, it’s imperative that you hire an attorney with success in winning verdicts and settlements in a variety of property liability situations. The premises liability attorneys at the Jorgensen Law in San Diego have the necessary knowledge and legal strategies needed to represent you and your loved ones during both settlement negotiations and any following litigation.
Some of the most common premises liability claims include:
- Apartment complex negligence
- Injuries at theaters, malls, residential homes, farms, and amusement parks
- Injuries caused by broken glass
- Negligent security claims
- Animal and pet attacks
- Swimming pool injuries
- Fires or explosions
- Trip or slip and fall accidents
Free Case Assessment
When you contact our legal team, you’ll receive a free initial consultation where we will evaluate your case and assess any gathered evidence to determine if you have a valid claim. To have a successful outcome, your case must prove that the party at fault had an obligation to provide you a duty of care, that they breached that duty, and that the breach caused your injuries.
Parties who own, possess or control property in California are required to keep their premises in reasonably safe condition. If they fail to maintain that property and don’t fix or warn people of a hazardous condition, it may be considered negligence, or a breach of the duty of care.
Some of the most common types of negligence in a premise liability case are:
- Not fixing torn or pulled carpet
- Failing to perform necessary maintenance on the building
- Not installing enough lighting in stairways
- Not abiding by building codes
- Not ensuring floors are dry
- Not filling holes on the property
- Not cleaning up spilled liquids
- Leaving debris in walkways]
Catastrophic Injuries Caused by Premises Liability Accidents
No matter how nice the insurance company or defendant might seem, make no mistake, they are only looking out for their own financial interests. They will dispute your claim, especially if you incurred significant losses.
The California premise liability attorneys at the Jorgensen Law in San Diego have an extensive history working with clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries such as spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and brain trauma. We have a network of expert financial, vocational, and medical contacts who may be able to testify on your behalf. We will plan for injury-related expenses you have already incurred or may incur in the future, such as home care, lost earning capacity, and future healthcare expenses.
Contact Us Today
If you or a loved one have suffered a serious injury due to someone else’s negligence on private or public property, recovery can be a long and expensive journey. Let us reduce your stress by handling the complexities of your case while you focus on your health. Our California premises liability lawyers have a commitment to providing extraordinary legal representation and a passion for the law. Call us at 1-888-855-2948 or fill out our online form for a free case evaluation. We won’t collect a penny unless you win compensation for your injuries.