26+ Years of Experience as a Premises Liability Attorney Serving Brea, Ca
Property owners in Brea, CA have a duty to keep their property reasonably safe from having conditions present. If they fail to do so and someone gets hurt, the property owner must pay for the damages. The Orange County Register reports that there have been 8 swimming pool accidents in 2017, and that most are avoidable.
The Paris Firm is about 20 minutes from Brea in Chino Hills and our attorneys have handled cases locally and all throughout Southern California. Like all law firms, after our initial consultation at your home or hospital, most of our communication can be done via phone and Email – but we never really leave your side. Contact us online or call us now at (909) 551-4040 to discuss your case.
Eric Paris Wins a $2.4 Million for Unsafe Conditions
In a recent victory, Mr. Paris represented a man who was killed when he crashed into the side of a moving train because there were no warning signs, crossing gates and the area had poor lighting and terrible visibility. The Paris Firm represented the family who brought a wrongful death action on behalf of the surviving family members. The railroad resisted every step of the way until they were finally forced into mediation to resolve the case.
The Paris Firm represents people throughout California who were injured due to a dangerous property condition. Since 1994, Brea personal injury attorney Eric Paris has won financial compensation for clients in a wide range of premises liability claims, including those involving:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Trip and fall accidents
- Negligent security leading to criminal assaults
- Negligent lighting
- Dog bites
- Collapsed ceilings
- Wet or slippery surfaces
- Swimming pool accidents and drownings
- Burns from fires and explosions
- Lacerations from broken glass
- Missing handrails
- Falling objects, including merchandise falling from shelves
- Unsafe elevators or escalators
- Broken stairs
Both commercial and residential property owners, (or caretakers), must maintain safe conditions on their properties. California premises liability law applies to all types of property, including apartment buildings, homes, ranches, hotels, restaurants, retail stores, malls, arenas, gyms, and parking lots.
What are the Duties of a Property Owner?
According to California premises law, the person who owns, leases, or possesses the property has a responsibility and duty to:
- Use reasonable care to maintain the property in safe condition or adequately warn others if a danger exists
- Use reasonable care to inspect the property to discover any unsafe conditions
- Warn of the existence of any dangerous conditions or remove the danger
A property owner can still be held responsible for damages even if he or she was unaware that a dangerous condition existed.
Holding Negligent Property Owners Responsible
Injuries caused by dangerous property conditions can range from sprains, strains, and bruises to traumatic brain injury (TBI), fractures, burns, and even wrongful death. At The Paris Firm, our personal injury lawyers hold those who caused these injuries responsible for damages.
We pursue full compensation for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages or income, lost future earning capacity, and more. There is no cost to learn whether you have an actionable premises liability claim. We offer a free initial consultation and case evaluation.
Do I Need a Brea Premises Liability Attorney to Help with my Claim?
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or wrongful death due to the negligent, reckless, or careless property conditions of another person or company, you have the right to obtain financial compensation for the damages you have suffered. Call The Paris Firm today at (909) 551-4040 and schedule a no obligation consultation – handling premises liability claims in Brea. If there is no recovery there is no fee and there are no up-front out of pocket fees. Our firm advances costs on behalf of our clients.