A Premises Liability Lawyer Can Provide Legal Guidance After a Devastating Injury
Owners and caretakers of buildings, parking lots and other types of premises owe a "duty of care" to people living, working or visiting those premises. The concept of premises liability holds that whoever is in charge of the property should compensate someone who was injured there in many cases.
Like any other injury claim, a premises liability case will rest on facts and application of laws to those facts. Individual cases vary greatly. A complete review of the facts by a premises liability lawyer may uncover ways in which an owner or property manager did not properly watch out for the well-being of residents, workers or visitors.
Workplace Injuries And Other Serious Accidents Occurring On The Job
Bowles & Verna LLP reviews potential serious and catastrophic injury cases involving dangerous premises. Our clients have suffered major injuries such as spinal cord injuries, brain injuries and injuries caused by explosions. We have recovered multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts for injured clients. Contact us to schedule a consultation with a premises liability lawyer regarding a serious injury or fatality caused by a:
- Balcony collapse
- Serious stairway, elevator or escalator injury
- Fall from a height such as a roof or platform at a construction site or other workplace
In the case of a workplace injury at a construction site, we can investigate to determine whether a third party was liable. If an injury was caused by a construction defect, our law firm is an ideal source of advocacy, as we are very experienced handling construction-related litigation.
Free Consultation — Contact A Premise Liability Lawyer In Walnut Creek
Send an email message or call (925) 935-3300 for a free legal consultation with a California attorney regarding a serious or catastrophic injury claim involving dangerous premises.
“With 24 lawyers and a total of 50 employees on our team, we have the resources to do battle with major insurance companies and corporate defendants.” Attorney Michael Verna