Premises Liability Lawyer in California
Counsel from an Skilled Bakersfield Premises Liability Attorney
Whether you are a welcome visitor at a commercial property or a residential one, California property owners are legally obligated to provide safe conditions for your visit. When they do not, and you or another visitor is hurt, those property owners make themselves vulnerable to possible legal action.
If you believe the circumstances of your injury on another's property calls for a premises liability suit, then our personal injury firm is ready to hear from you. At the
Law Offices of Craig A. Edmonston,
our team has more than three decades of legal experience and, over that time, we have helped countless injury victims recover the relief they deserve. Contact us today to get proven legal advocacy by your side during this difficult time.
A dedicated attorney is ready to hear your story. Call us today to request a free case evaluation.
How Premises Liability Claims Work
These claims depend largely on a legal concept called "duty of care." Duty of care is the responsibility property owners and managers have to provide a safe environment for visitors they expect or want on their property. When that duty is neglected and others are hurt, victims have the grounds to pursue compensation.
Claimants must prove:
- That they were owed duty of care from the property owner
- They the lack of duty of care led to dangerous conditions
- That the owners had reasonable time to address those conditions
- That those conditions led directly to the injury in question
"Slip and fall" cases are the most common type of premises liability claims, but nearly any kind of injury can be addressed by these suits, provided that it meets the conditions above. If you believe that your injury qualifies for this kind of legal action, then call us today.
It is possible to put your injury behind you with the compensation and support you deserve. Contact our personal injury lawyer in Bakersfield at (661) 761-1532 today to schedule a free case evaluation.