A dangerous premises injury occurs when someone is injured due to defective or unsafe conditions on someone’s property. If an owner was negligent in maintaining their property, it could cause serious harm to guests. They must make an effort to maintain a safe space for visitors, clients, and customers. Failure to do so can result in an accident that can cause serious bodily harm to the victim.
Dangerous premises injury cases include a wide range of scenarios. Even a dog attack/bite falls in this category because the presence of a potentially dangerous dog involves an unsafe condition on someone’s property. Here are some scenarios that fall under the umbrella of dangerous premises:
- Inadequate maintenance
- Water leaks
- Defective conditions on the premises
- Swimming pool accidents
- Elevator accidents
- Retail store liability
- Toxic chemicals or fumes
- Slip and fall cases
- Escalator accidents
- Dog bites
- Amusement park accidents
- Inadequate building security
- Restaurant liability
The rules for a dangerous premises injury case can get very complicated and differ by state. That’s why we highly recommend hiring an experienced lawyer who specialized in personal injury cases. If you or a loved one has been injured on dangerous premises, we can help you receive the settlement you deserve. At Bonnici Law Group, we understand the law system inside and out and are your San Diego personal injury lawyers. We’ll work hard to help you get back on your feet without the added burden of financial stress. You can contact us at (619) 259-5199 or sign up for a free consultation on our website.
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