Premises liability is a complex area of law. Many types of injuries are encompassed and affected by these premises liability laws. Property owners are required to maintain a reasonable standard of care. If they fail to do so, they may be held liable for injuries that occur on their properties.
Valid premises liability claims must contain the following four components:
If these factors are present in your case, or if you are unsure whether you have a valid claim, talk to a Santa Barbara personal injury attorney from The Law Offices of Schurmer & Wood as soon as possible. We are very familiar with premises liability laws in California and can successfully defend your rights in even the most complex cases. For many decades, our firm has built a reputation for successful and devoted client advocacy. We understand what you are going through at this time. Retain us to help you achieve the result you deserve.
If you or someone close to you was hurt or killed because of a dangerous condition on another person's property - such as a broken staircase, collapsed ceiling, icy sidewalk, or aggressive dog - you may be entitled to compensation for the economic and non-economic damages you have suffered. Talk to a premises liability lawyer from The Law Offices of Schurmer & Wood about your case. Our team has handled a wide variety of personal injury and wrongful death claims.
The restitution you could be entitled to may include, but is not necessarily limited to, compensation for the following:
Founded in 1968, our firm has represented clients throughout Santa Barbara and obtained high settlements and verdicts in on their behalf. We are prepared to put that experience to work for your benefit. Have you or someone close you suffered injuries because of an unsafe condition on another person's property?
Call The Law Offices of Schurmer & Wood today for a free case evaluation with a caring and knowledgeable lawyer. We can explain California's premises liability laws and how they affect your case.