Under California law, Chula Vista property owners have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of visitors to their premises. As such, reasonable measures must be taken to keep all areas free from hazards, obstacles, and any other potential dangers, and remedies must be put in place promptly when a premises owner becomes aware of any such conditions. As California does not adhere to a doctrine of attractive nuisance, this duty is afforded even to trespassers on the property, rather than simply those who were invited to enter. Despite this, a premises liability lawsuit can become a very complex matter, requiring the legal guidance of an experienced and highly-knowledgeable attorney, particularly where the injuries have been inflicted on a child.
When you, or a loved one, have sustained injuries due to a dangerous condition on somebody else’s property, you deserve outstanding legal representation from an esteemed lawyer. At The Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, our lawyers work tirelessly to recover a full and fair settlement for each of our clients.
Premises liability, as a legal term covering injuries which occur due to slipping, tripping, or falling due to a hazardous or dangerous condition on somebody else’s property. As such, there are numerous types of accident falling into this category, with some of the most common tending to include the following:
After you hire a Chula Vista premises liability attorney from the Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno to handle your lawsuit, we will gather all available information and evidence, and use this to build the strongest possible case on your behalf. We strong believe that negligence property owners should be held accountable for the consequences of their actions – or lack of action – through paying the compensation you are entitled to.
Before recovering damages on your behalf, there are a few questions your attorney must answer to prove your claim for compensation is valid.
Providing that these questions are answered affirmatively, your Chula Vista premises liability attorney may recover monetary damages in respect of: