Slip and Fall Personal Injury Attorney
Serving Danville, Pleasanton, Livermore, San Luis Obispo and Surrounding Areas
If you’re trying to get compensated for your injuries, you’re up against a big insurance company that is only after its own interests. I level the playing field.
Property owners have a legal duty to provide safe premises for renters, patrons, and guests and should keep their buildings and land free of hazards that could result in injury. Ignoring that duty can lead to innocent people becoming seriously injured or killed, and entire communities can be placed at risk.
Premises liability laws were designed to hold land owners accountable for their negligent behavior when death or serious injury occurs. I am well versed in such laws and have successfully tried cases in Danville, Pleasanton and surrounding areas involving premises liability and injury. I invite you to put experience on your side to assure a successful outcome.
Examples of premises liability cases include but are not limited to:
Slip and fall injuries
More commonly, premises liability cases are either slip and fall or trip cases. Property owners can be liable for the negligence when people fall and are injured on their properties due to negligent maintenance, negligent repair or the negligent failure to warn of a dangerous condition on the property.
Proper security is required of commercial building and apartment owners to protect their tenants and visitors. Depending on the premises, this may include security gates, adequate parking lot lighting, cameras and other safety features.
Know your rights. Get help immediately.
Often, a visitor to a property or a tenant in a commercial building isn’t aware of their rights when they’ve been injured, and this is why it is essential that you contact a personal injury attorney who specializes in slip and fall or other premises liability injuries as soon as possible. I have worked with many many victims and recover just and fair compensation for their injuries time and time again.
If you’re in Contra Costa or Alameda Counties and think you have a personal injury case, call me.
If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, there is nothing to lose by calling me to see if you have a case, but there might be a lot to lose if you don’t.
So call me now. I will listen and take the time to carefully evaluate your case. If I can’t take your case, I’ll tell you why and give you advice on what to do next. Let’s get started!