If you are injured while on another person’s property, and your injuries occurred because the owner or manager of the premises was negligent in maintaining reasonably safe property grounds, you may be able to seek compensation for medical care and other expenses or losses. Cases of this kind fall under the area of premises liability law, which applies to the legal accountability of landowners for accidents and injuries that occur on their properties. At The Shirvanian Law Firm, we understand how physically painful and emotionally stressful an accident can be. Our personal injury attorneys represent individuals who have been hurt by the negligent and unsafe conditions of another person’s property. Call us for a Free, No-Obligation consultation today at (818) 835-5396 or (877) 809-4223 to see if you have a case. We don’t take any fee’s unless we win your case so call now.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding your trip and fall accident, you could be eligible to receive significant compensation. But time is of the essence. In the state of California, as well as the rest of the country, you are granted a limited amount of time in which to file your case. This is known as the statute of limitations and it exists to prevent the courts from being overrun with frivolous lawsuits. Failing to meet the established deadline can mean a loss of rights and an inability to collect compensation for your injuries. Don’t let this opportunity go by. Get the help you and your family need, before it is too late. Call The Shirvanian Law Firm today and schedule a free consultation with our experienced team of trip and fall attorneys at (818) 835-5396 or (877) 809-4223.
While it is impossible to say what kind of monetary award you could be eligible for without weighing the facts of your case, it is safe to say that you can expect compensation in one or more of the following categories: