Property owners have a responsibility to properly manage, supervise and operate their property to prevent others from unnecessary risk of harm. If you have been injured due to a property owner's negligence, you may have a basis to obtain compensation through a premises liability claim, which is a type of personal injury claim.
If you need to speak with a personal injury lawyer, contact the Law Office of Curtis Floyd. Our attorneys handle a wide range of premises liability claims, including:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Collapsed decks and structures
- Stairwell falls
- Swimming pool accidents
- Dog bite attacks
- Smoke and fire injuries
- Negligent security measures
- Other commercial and residential injury claims
Our firm has a strong record of results in personal injury cases. We have represented more than a thousand accident victims and have extensive experience in premises liability claims.
Your Right to Compensation
Not every property accident gives rise to a valid premises liability claim. For a plaintiff to obtain compensation in a premises liability case, he or she must establish that his or her injuries were caused by a property owner's negligence.
We are highly adept at investigating the cause of accidents and identifying possible avenues of recovery. We understand that a property owner's negligence may be established in a variety of ways:
- If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident, we will determine if the property owner failed to take adequate precautions to prevent your accident. Did the property owner fail to address wet or slippery floors, a loose stairway railing, uncovered holes on his or her property or other dangerous property conditions that caused your slip-and fall accident? We will ask these and other questions to raise a strong case for compensation on your behalf.
- If your child was injured in a swimming pool accident, did the property owner fail to properly safeguard the pool to prevent young children from gaining unauthorized access?
- If you or a loved one was injured in a fire, did the property owner fail to install fire alarms or carefully monitor the alarms to ensure they were in good working order?
- Has a property owner contributed to the cause of other accident injuries by failing to address dangerous property conditions?
We have the experience, resources and commitment to protect your rights. We are committed to vigorously pursuing the full compensation you are entitled to receive.
Let us put our experience to work for you. To schedule a free consultation at our Bakersfield office, call 661-846-2295 or reach us by email.