Their Property’s Safety Is Not Your Responsibility
Injuries can occur in any place, at any time. Often, an individual’s ability to recover damages for a given injury depends upon where the harm took place. Premises liability is a subarea of personal injury law that dictates an owner’s liability for injuries occurring on his/her premises.
In these cases, an owner’s culpability for injuries incurred on his/her premises is generally determined by the nature of the relationship between the owner and the injured party.
Premises Liability Claims Come In Many Forms
Most premises liability cases involve negligence claims. The primary distinguishing factor from case to case is the duty of care owed by the owner. The most common premises liability cases are categorized as slips and falls, where an individual sustains an injury while on the premises of another party.
Another prominent area of premises liability is the dog bite or animal attack case. With some exceptions, an animal owner is generally held liable for the harm caused by his/her pet. Furthermore, in California, the owner’s liability is strict, meaning that the owner’s lack of prior knowledge of the pet’s dangerous propensities is immaterial.
Contact Us For Help
To learn more about slip-and-fall and animal attack cases, speak with an attorney who has experience litigating these matters. To receive a free confidential consultation for a premises liability injury, contact The Law Office of Aman N. Shah at 714-312-3974.