Personal injury cases come in all shapes and sizes. That said, one of the most common injury situations that comes across our desk revolves around California premises liability law. What is premises liability? Think of it this way: if you’re on someone else’s property, they have a legal obligation (referred to as “duty of care”) to make sure that you’re reasonably safe while you’re there. Of course, accidents sometimes happen that have nothing to do with negligence. But if a property owner failed in their duty to provide reasonable safety and security in their building or on their land, you’re dealing with a potential premises liability claim. And that means the courts are ready for you to seek a financial settlement as compensation for your resulting injuries.
These situations might take the form of an improperly maintained premises, leading to a slip, trip, or fall. Premises liability elements might also include inadequate security, allowing a preventable crime to take place and victimize you. We’ve seen it all — elevator and escalator incidents, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, and even extreme cases involving chemical leaks or amusement park disasters. And although premises liability in California (at least here in LA) rarely involves snow and ice, that can certainly be a factor as well.
Ms. Harris was involved in a fall that left her seriously injured. The property company attempted to settle the matter for a few thousand dollars, but we refused to allow them to skirt their responsibility. In the end, we were able to secure a settlement for her in the amount of $3.25 million.
No matter what the specific circumstances of your accident are, if it took place on someone else’s property due to their negligence or inadequate upkeep, you’ll want to contact our premises liability attorneys in Los Angeles as soon as possible. Dordulian Law Group has represented ordinary people just like you who, through no fault of their own, were seriously injured because of a preventable maintenance or security issue that was ignored by an owner or management group.
In many cases, you might be dealing with an individual or business who has premises liability insurance. In those instances, your fight for justice is not necessarily against the owner, but against the insurance company… who will do everything in their power to minimize payouts.
In those situations, you need an experienced, confident, and aggressive lawyer who knows what it takes to deliver a win to their clients. A quick look at Dordulian Law Group’s testimonial page reveals a long list of satisfied clients who trusted us to bring them a financial settlement, and were rewarded for that trust. After a premises liability injury, you’re probably looking at mounting medical bills, missed time from work, and increased stress from your lifestyle changes. We deeply understand what you’re going through, because we’ve helped so many clients through similar scenarios before.
Dordulian Law Group helps all of our premises liability clients get access to the very best medical care, including our on-staff psychologist. We’re ready to take the burden of this difficult experience off of your shoulders and begin fighting for what you and your family deserve. Are you in? Call us right now for a totally free, completely private conversation about your legal rights and options.
“They were very professional and fought hard for me. Two seperate cases and two seperate wins. Would highly recommend Dordulian Law Group and would hire them again if needed in the future.”
Worried that you can’t afford high quality representation in your premises liability case? Let us put you at ease: we’re willing to take your case on a contingency basis, meaning that you don’t owe us a cent unless we are able to secure you a financial settlement. We’re confident in our ability to aggressively win the cases we take, and that philosophy is baked into our contingency fee structure. We think that justice should be in reach of every citizen, regardless of their ability to pay up-front.
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