Have you Suffered an Injury Due to a Property Owner’s Negligence?
The Law Office of Patrick G. Shea, APC knows how to pursue maximum compensation for you or your injured loved one if a property owner did not prioritize safety. A property owner can be held legally responsible for serious injuries that occur on their property when the injury is caused by dangerous conditions which they should have controlled. These “premises liability” cases can arise in a variety of contexts such as: grocery stores, restaurants, shopping malls and apartment buildings. Landlords, building owners and property managers are responsible for ensuring that visitors and residents have a reasonable expectation of safety on their property. If they fail, our San Diego premises liability legal team will use their many years of experience to demand justice and compensation.
You may have many questions about San Diego premises liability lawsuits. We have answers. Our firm has been representing injured people throughout San Diego and Southern California since 1999 and has recovered compensation for our clients in excess of $50 million. Whatever the complexities of your case and no matter where your injury occurred, reach out to us for a free case evaluation. If your case demands legal action, we will relentlessly advocate on your behalf and you will owe us nothing unless we win.
Call The Law Office of Patrick G. Shea, APC now: 619-528-4550.
Premises Liability Cases can Arise in Many Different Scenarios
While “trip and fall” and “slip and fall” cases do occur quite often throughout San Diego, there are many other contexts in which San Diego property owners can be held responsible for injuries. These include:
- Construction activity at a property that results in hidden dangers to visitors
- Criminal activity at apartment complexes that the landlord could have prevented
- Dangerous work activities that take place on the property that result in harm to others
- Daycare facilities or schools that do not ensure child safety
- Electrical lines hidden by trees that contractors are not told about before starting work
- Gym cleanliness or lack of maintenance that create unsafe premises
- Large warehouse stores that stack heavy products on shelves
Furthermore, some injuries are quite obvious and apparent after an incident. But sometimes a simple fall that appears to be harmless can lead to serious injuries. For instance, some traumatic brain injuries or back injuries may not present symptoms for days or weeks after an accident. If you believe that you have suffered an injury because a property owner failed in their responsibilities, call our office as soon as possible whether you believe you have a case or not. Because we have so much experience in San Diego premises liability cases, we can quickly analyze your situation and offer you practical legal advice.