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Ventura Premises Liability Lawyer

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Whether you are in another person’s home or a grocery store, the last thing you expect is to suffer an injury. When hazardous conditions exist on the premises and the property owner and manager fails to properly address the situation, resulting in your injury, you may be eligible to file a premises liability lawsuit against the negligent party. However, property owners often shift the blame to the injured party due to alleged “carelessness,” which could result in having to pay for your medical bills and other damages out of your own pocket.

At Crane Flores, LLP, we are committed to protecting your rights and best interests throughout the legal process in order to maximize your entitled compensation. With more than five decades of combined legal experience, our Ventura attorneys have helped our clients recover millions of dollars to cover their medical expenses, lost wages, as well as pain and suffering.

California Premises Liability Laws

According to state laws, property owners have a “duty of care” to ensure their property is reasonably safe. Common examples of this duty include performing maintenance and inspections, repairing any potentially hazardous conditions, and warning guests and visitors about dangerous conditions on the property.

When a property owner fails to keep the property safe, he/she may be held responsible for any injuries caused by dangerous conditions on the property. The injured party can file a premises liability lawsuit against the property owner for damages.

The following are several elements the plaintiff must prove to succeed in a premises liability claim:

  • The defendant owned, occupied, or leased the property
  • There was a hazardous condition on the property
  • The defendant knew or should’ve known about the hazardous condition but failed to address or fix the issue
  • The plaintiff suffered an injury due to the hazardous condition

An injured party has two years from the date of the incident to file a premises liability lawsuit in California.

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Our legal team can investigate the accident, collect supporting evidence, and build an effective and personalized legal strategy to obtain the compensation and justice you deserve. We handle every case on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t have to pay us until we recover your entitled compensation.

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