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Don’t let a negligent property owner get away with harming you. Contact a premises liability lawyer in Orange County.
Most of us have seen a yellow “Wet Floor” sign, “Beware of Dog” sign, or hazard cone meant to keep us away from dangerous conditions that could cause severe injuries. When you’re injured because the property owner didn’t take such precautions, you can find yourself in a bad position.
Getting back on your feet after your injuries can be tough, but an Orange County premises liability lawyer can help. Handling your case alone is likely to end in failure, but teaming up with us can be a pathway to success.
Premises liability means that, if you enter a commercial or residential property lawfully, the owners of that property are obligated to prevent you from being harmed whenever possible. If you’re on another person’s property, then, and he or she fails to warn you of danger or prevent you from being hurt, the owner is liable for your damages.
Premises liability is a broad term, however. It covers several situations that you may find yourself in. The following are just a few examples of common Orange County premises liability cases:
When you’re preparing for a premises liability case in Orange County, it’s important to keep the laws governing your case in mind. In some cases, your claim could be devalued or dismissed if the appropriate actions are not taken.
First, be sure that you’re within the statute of limitations for your case. In California, you have two years to file your claim. If you don’t act quickly, your claim will be dismissed, and you will be unable to recover your damages.
You’ll also need to be sure that you won’t be found to hold too much fault for your accident. California observes “comparative negligence,” which means that your claim will be devalued in proportion to the amount you were negligent in your case.
For example, if you were looking at your phone when you slipped and fell, you may be found 25 percent at fault. When you are awarded compensation, then, you will only receive 75 percent of the total amount. To get your full award, you may need someone on your side to fight for your compensation.
Premises liability injuries can be serious, and when they happen to you, you need to be ready to fight for the compensation you deserve. No matter where you were injured, we’re ready to act for you if your injuries were the result of a property owner’s negligence.
If you have some questions or would like to get started, schedule an appointment with an Orange County premises liability lawyer. We offer free consultations so you know in advance what to expect from our firm. Give Kohan & Bablove, Injury Attorneys a call at 1-844-404-2400 or fill out the form below.