How Do I Know If I Have a Viable Premises Liability Claim?
Always talk to a lawyer about whether or not your case is viable. There are a lot of things to consider. A good attorney will be able to ask the questions necessary to evaluate whether there is a case and worthy of pursuit,
What Are The Duties Of A Property Owner?
Any person who enters on the property of another should enter the property without a risk of harm to himself or herself and the property owner has a duty to make certain his or her property is safe.
What Steps Should I Take After Being Injured In A Premises Liability Accident?
The first thing you should always do after being injured is get to a hospital to determine what your injuries are. Then, call your lawyer to make sure that facts are properly preserved. The attorney will research the applicable issues related to your injury causing event, help get you the medical care you may need, and then pursue the responsible party for the damages you are entitled to as a result of their failure to prevent such harms.
How Long Will It Typically Take To Go Through a Premises Liability Case?
Most cases do not go to trial. Most cases are settled well before the case is filed or trial. However, the premises liability maters unlike the rear-end automobile collision have an onerous standard to prove fault and are more likely to require court intervention to resolve.
Is The Statute Of Limitations For A Premises Claim The Same As A Typical Personal Injury Case?
The same statute of limitations in premises liability are the same for all bodily injury claims which is two years in California. However, if this injury causing event occurs on a government controlled property such as a sidewalk the statute of limitation is shorter and requires the filing of a government claim within six (6) months of the event and the filing of suit soon thereafter in the event it does not resolve.
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