Property Owners Are Responsible For Preventing Slip-And-Falls
Tripping in a public space might be a bit embarrassing but it can also be dangerous. You can sustain serious injuries from these accidents. Some slips are simply due to clumsiness, but you might have a premises liability case if you were injured on someone else’s property.
Property owners have a duty to keep the area clear of hazards, fix any issues that could harm others, and warn visitors about potential dangers.
For example, if a store employee mops, but does not put out a “Wet Floor” sign, the owner may be responsible for your injuries if the wet floor causes you to slip. Another example would be holes in a parking lot that the owner has neglected to fix. You may be able to file a claim if the poor parking lot conditions caused you to trip and break your ankle.
We Offer The Legal Help You Need
You deserve to be compensated if you were injured because of someone else’s negligence. Filing a claim for a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall is difficult without legal help. You need to correctly follow the claims process and be able to prove that the property owner is liable for your injuries. That is where Morey & Upton, LLP, can help.
Our attorneys each have decades of experience in personal injury law. We are a premier California law firm that will always aim for the best outcome for your case. You can rest easy knowing that we have handled many slip-and-fall cases. We know how to help you through this.
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You should not be responsible for the medical bills if you were not responsible for the injuries. Contact us online or call 800-360-6646 to learn about your options.
Our office is in Costa Mesa, and we serve clients in Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County and individuals located throughout the state of California.
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