Premises Liability Attorney in San Diego
Guidance Filing a Premises Liability Claim
Have you or a loved one been hurt by dangerous conditions on someone else's
property? If so, then you may be able to pursue a premises liability claim.
At the Law Offices of Robert Vaage, we know what it takes to put forth
a compelling claim for our injured clients and have
recovered millions of dollars in relief on their behalf. Our trusted
San Diego personal injury attorneys are ready to assess the details of your accident and, if necessary, take
aggressive legal action against the responsible parties.
Retain a powerful legal advocate during this difficult time.
Contact us today to exploring your options with us.
"Duty of Care" in California
In California, property owners are required to exercise what is known as
"duty of care." Duty of care is the responsibility these property
owners have to provide safe conditions to visitors of their property.
This applies to both residential property owners and commercial property
owners. When they fail to exercise this duty of care and visitors are
hurt, they become liable for any injuries that occur.
Common examples of premises liability claims include:
- Slip and fall injuries
- Dog bites
- Toxic exposure
- Insufficient security
- Fires or flooding
- Swimming pool accidents
- Elevator and escalator accidents
The Burden is On the Injured
In premises liability claims, in the burden in on the injured party to
prove that they were owned duty of care, the property owner failed to
provide it, and that failure directly resulted in an injury. This can
be a rather large burden for someone who is recovering from an accident,
which is why our firm prides itself on our diligent and proactive approach
to these kinds of cases. We're ready to document the scene of an accident,
interview witnesses, and even consult with experts to best demonstrate
to the court our clients' claim to compensation.
Start pursuing the relief you deserve today. Use our online form to request a
free case evaluation with our team.