Premises Liability

Santa Clarita Premises Liability Lawyer

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Property owners are legally obliged to provide a certain level of care to those who come onto their property. This applies to both private property and public property owners. If someone experiences an injury because the property owner failed to fix a dangerous condition, should have known about the dangerous condition, or failed to warn about a known condition, the property owner could be held liable for the victim’s injuries.

The Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser can handle even the most complex premises liability cases. Attorney Kaiser has more than two decades of experience in personal injury and is backed by the knowledge and resources of a skilled legal team. Our firm operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning that if we don’t win compensation on your behalf, you don’t owe us any attorney fees.

Begin your journey to just compensation by calling a Santa Clarita premises liability lawyer at (661) 441-3446! Initial consultations are always free.

Examples of Premises Liability

In a premises liability case, a wide variety of conditions can potentially cause injury to another person. If the owner did not take reasonable measures to prevent injury, they may be held liable for resulting injuries.

Common examples of dangerous conditions found on another’s property include:

  • Slippery or Uneven Floors
  • Poor Lighting
  • Inadequate Security
  • Broken Handrails
  • Icy Walkways
  • Malfunctioning Elevators or Escalators
  • Toxic Fumes or Chemicals
  • Unsecured Swimming Pools

At the Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser, we can thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident and help prove that another was responsible for your injuries.

Who Is Responsible for My Injuries?

If you are injured on someone else's property, you can generally sue the individual or company who owns, leases, occupies, or controls the property. Identifying the right defendants may depend on the type of property and who is in control of the property at the time of the accident. It is not uncommon for premises liability claims to have multiple defendants. Our attorneys can review the details of your case and ensure all responsible parties are held accountable.

Defendants in a premises liability case may include:

  • Homeowners
  • Business owners
  • Tenants
  • Property management companies
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores

Damages for Premises Liability Claims

Compensatory damages for premises liability claims in California will vary depending on the type and severity of injuries sustained. Since every case is different, it is best to discuss your case with a skilled attorney from our firm to get a more accurate idea of what your case is worth.

Possible recoverable damages for a premises liability claim may include:

  • Present and future medical expenses
  • Physical therapy costs
  • Lost wages and other income
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress

Let Our Award-Winning Attorney Represent You!

As you focus on recovery, our team of legal professionals can walk you through all the details surrounding your case. We are passionate about providing our clients with all the support they need during this time and fighting for a secure future on their behalf.

Contact the Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser today to discuss your legal options during a free consultation with a Santa Clarita premises liability attorney!

Get To Know Robert J. Kaiser Why Hire Attorney Robert Kaiser?

He and his legal team approach every case with a single goal in mind – to obtain maximum compensation on behalf of each and every injured client they represent. In order to accomplish this goal, the team handles each client’s case on an individual basis – with the understanding that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to the injuries these clients have experienced.

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