INJURY ON ANOTHER’S PROPERTY – SLIP & FALL ATRTORNEY
Slip or trip and falls, inadequate security, hazardous activities or conditions are all things that can lead to an injury on another’s property (premises liability case). Most slip or trip and falls occur in restaurants, hotels, motels and public buildings. 70% of these accidents occur on flat, level surfaces.
Inadequate security in Chula Vista can lead to underage drinking, fighting, rape, or other violent crimes. For example, in public schools, 12.5% of children have been in a fight at school and 4% are hurt bad enough to require medical treatment. One of the primary problems with inadequate security cases is that they are never reported. This can be for many reasons such as embarrassment or bad information from authorities.
Other hazardous conditions which injure victims in Chula Vista include construction, fires, swimming pools, exposure to toxic chemicals, animal attacks, and broken glass. A dangerous condition can range from spilled drink on the floor of a public place, to rotting or weakened wooden steps at a house, or apartment. A dangerous condition may be anything that causes injury to another on the property which the property owner should have been reasonably aware of; and the injured victim couldn’t have avoided the danger.
If you or a loved one has been injured on another person’s property contact the personal injury attorneys at Chula Vista Legal Center. We are a San Diego County Personal Injury Law Firm with a proven record of success in helping those who suffer from premises liability injuries, to receive the necessary medical attention, care and treatment you need, in addition to compensation for future care you may require
As a family owned and operated San Diego County Personal Injury and Accident Law Firm, Chula Vista Legal Center is conveniently located in Chula Vista with offices in Mission Valley and Carlsbad. Reach us at 619-564-4455.
FAQ’s About Injury on Another’s Property/Slip & Fall
A: A Chula Vista property owner must have been able to foresee the dangerous condition in order to be held liable.
A: A dangerous condition in Chula Vista can range from spilled drink on the floor of a public place, to rotting or weakened wooden steps at a house, or apartment. A dangerous condition can be anything that causes injury to another on the property which the property owner should have been reasonably aware of; and the injured victim couldn’t have avoided the accident or injury.