Property owners have a responsibility to keep others safe on their property. These include stores, restaurants, apartment complexes, private homes, malls and hotels. When they fail to keep their property in safe working order and full repair, accidents can occur to innocent people.
Making Sure You Are Compensated If You’ve Been Injured On Private Property
At Sullivan & Sullivan, we advocate on behalf of victims of premises liability and trip-and-fall cases. When victims try to seek compensation on their own, they are often unsuccessful, turned away by the responsible parties, or even their own insurance company, and left with medical bills for a lengthy recovery. Our attorneys are committed to helping these individuals seek the damages they deserve for the injury they have suffered.
If you or a loved one has been injured on private property in an accident that could have been prevented, please call our South Bay law offices at 310-870-0369 for free initial consultation.
Trip-and-fall accidents can occur because of a wide range of dangerous situations or disrepair to property, including:
- Wet and slippery floors at grocery stores or restaurants that should have been cleaned up
- Apartment complexes and hotels with dangerous stairs or loose carpet
- Faulty or loose handrails
- Unmarked steps or uneven surfaces
- Slippery surfaces around private pools
- Uneven sidewalks and walking areas
While a simple trip or slip may not seem like significant injury at first glance, it can result in serious injuries to the leg, back, knee, neck or head. These injuries, such as broken bones, slipped disks or concussions, require significant medical attention and a lengthy recovery period. For the elderly, it can create much more serious complications.
Our firm works with medical professionals and doctors to evaluate your injury and determine how much it will cost in treatment and rehabilitation to make a full recovery. Based on that evidence and the pain and suffering you have experienced, we will seek maximum damages against the responsible parties for their negligence.
For more information, contact our law offices today.