Los Angeles Bad Premises Liability Lawyers
SEEKING JUSTICE FOR PROPERTY OWNERS’ NEGLIGENCE
When you are hurt on someone else’s property because of dangerous conditions or the actions of the property owner’s employees, the owner of the property may be liable. If you have suffered catastrophic injuries on another person’s property, or at a place of business, you may be entitled to compensation that can help you pay for your recovery-related costs. To protect your rights, seek the help of an attorney who can skillfully and aggressively represent you. For more than three decades, the Los Angeles premises liability attorneys at McMahan Law have effectively represented injured clients across Southern California.
TYPES OF PREMISES LIABILITY MATTERS WE HANDLE
Property owners are typically liable for two types of premise liability. The first is where a dangerous condition exists on the property itself and the property owner has failed to take adequate precautions to prevent foreseeable harm caused by the dangerous conditions. The second type is harm caused by the reckless or intentional conduct of a third party, such as an employee of the property owner.
At McMahan Law, we have handled a wide range of premises liability matters. Over the years, we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for clients who were hurt on someone else’s property due to dangerous conditions or the actions of the property owner’s employees.
Premises liability situations that result in catastrophic injuries often involve:
Dangerous conditions: At any building, whether it is a private residence, apartment complex, hotel, or commercial building, property owners have a duty to keep their property free from conditions that could injure people. If they fail to do this and you are injured, you may be able to recover compensation.
Bar/establishment employees: This is sometimes referred to as bouncer liability. You may be able to file a lawsuit if you were injured by the actions of a business’s employee. This often involves bouncers at bars roughing up patrons, hence the name bouncer liability or security negligence.