A property owner has a responsibility to keep people safe. Employees, customers and even delivery people and visitors should be sufficiently warned about potential hazards on the property. If a walkway becomes slippery when it rains, the property owner should place a sign indicating such. If heavy products are placed on top shelves, a store owner should place a sign asking customers to ask for assistance in reaching them.
When a property owner fails to provide adequate warning about potential hazards, and a person is injured, the property owner could be held liable for the injury that occurred on their premises.
If you have been injured in a place of business as a result of the property owner’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation to cover your medical expenses, lost wages and any pain and suffering you have experienced.
Some Of The Most Common Premises Liability Cases that The Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Weaver Handle Involve:
Accidents And Resulting Injuries On Properties Are Often Caused By:
Common Injuries Seen In Premises Liability Cases Include, But Are Not Limited To:
If you or a loved one has been injured on someone else's property, and you feel there was no adequate warning of the hazard, call The Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Weaver at (760) 318-2854 for a free consultation. The Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Weaver will examine the details of your injury, determine if you are eligible for premises liability compensation and work tirelessly to get you the justice and retribution you deserve.
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