When you’re walking on privately or publicly owned property, it is reasonable to expect you won’t have to take any special action to avoid suffering an injury. It is the owner’s responsibility to keep people safe by maintaining their property and eliminating dangerous conditions.
Failing to maintain regular upkeep or remove known hazards — fallen tree branches, slippery floors, or broken hand railings — is considered negligence. A claim can be pursued if such negligence led to an injury.
Most people think slip and fall claims are the same as premises liability claims. However, premises liability claims actually encompass various types of accidents such as falling objects, stair collapses, and structural defects.
The attorneys at AJK Law Office have successfully litigated numerous premises liability cases through settlement. We have extensive experience dealing with adjusters and insurance companies which allows us to thoroughly, properly, and professionally litigate your case.
Call the AJK Law Office at 818-338-2400 or email us at schedule a consultation with a premises liability attorney.