Property Injury Law

Overview | Results

Property Injury Law

Overview

Those who own real estate are required to keep their property safe. This includes landlords, construction site operators, business owners, industrial plant managers—the list goes on. If someone is injured because of a dangerous condition, the property owner may be financially responsible to the people who are injured.

In California, premises liability is a cause of action against a property owner for the failure to keep the premises safe in a variety of ways.

Recent Results

Tenant Falls From Illegal Roof Deck

Tara Tenant v. Property Owner
Resolution: $2 million policy limit settlement.

Horse-Drawn Carriage Accident Severely Injures Woman

Julie and Emily Roe v. Red Ranch
Resolution: The case settled for $1.5 million.

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