Rancho Cucamonga Slip & Fall Lawyers
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When you visit a property, public or private, you have a reasonable expectation that you will be safe on the premises. Property owners and those who control a property have a legal duty to maintain a safe premise for patrons, guests, and those invited onto the property. If anyone is injured due to a dangerous condition that existed on the property, then the victim may be eligible to seek damages through a premises liability claim.
Slip and falls make up a majority of premises liability claims, and often involve serious injuries to the head, back, and spine. Whether you slipped and fell in a shopping mall, grocery store, restaurant or another property, talk to one of our Rancho Cucamonga slip & fall attorneys at The Law Offices of Kirk Tarman & Associates. We can assess your claim and help you recover the damages you need.
Proving Fault in a Slip & Fall Accident
Slip and fall accidents can be difficult to prove and insurance adjusters often don't take these types of claims seriously. In fact, victims often feel like they are in an uphill battle when dealing with insurance companies. It is important to work with an experienced lawyer with the right resources and knowledge to investigate, negotiate, and litigate slip & fall accident claims. At our practice, we are well-versed in premises liability law and how to identify and prove negligence for our clients.
A valid claim must prove that:
- You suffered serious injuries after a slip and fall accident
- Your injuries were caused by a dangerous condition
- The defendant owed you a duty of care as a guest, patron, or customer.
- There was no warning or notice of the dangerous condition and the owner should have been reasonably aware of the harm it could cause to others
When you file a claim, you may be able to pursue compensation to recover costs for medical bills, lost wages, lost earning capacity, pain and suffering, and other additional damages related to your accident. Have our attorneys help you determine whether you have a valid claim and what your claim may be worth.