Premises Liability (Trip & Fall, Slip & Fall, Mold)If you’re injured on-premises, you may have a right to compensation if the premises’ owner or management has been negligent. Injuries can result in pain, suffering, and excessive medical bills. If you’re worried that an injury may derail your life and your financial future, it’s essential to get in touch with our team at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel.
We work closely with our clients to seek damages for premises liability issues. To schedule a free premises liability consultation with a personal injury attorney at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, please dial 909-889-1131 today.
Examples of Premises Liability IssuesThere are many instances that may result in a premises liability injury. Let’s explore some common examples below:
• Trip & Fall: If you trip and fall over an obstruction on a property, this may be due to the negligence of the property owner or manager. You may have a right to compensation to cover medical bills and other costs.
• Slip & Fall: If you slip and fall at a property, this may also be due to the negligence of the property owner. If this is the case, you may be due compensation for any pain or suffering, as well as medical bills.
• Mold: If you’re exposed to mold on a property, it can damage your health. You can claim for damages if the premises manager or owner is responsible for the issue.
While the above instances cover many of our premise liability cases, plenty of other situations can result in premises liability compensation. If you have been injured on-premises, please contact our team at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel to discuss your situation.
Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer for a Premises Liability Case?Unfortunately, many premises liability cases are contested by lawyers defending the property owners or managers. This is especially prevalent when the property owner has an insurance company. By choosing a personal injury attorney to help with your claim or lawsuit, you can avoid crucial mistakes that may jeopardize your compensation.
You Have Limited Time to Seek Compensation for a Premises Liability InjuryIf you wait more than two years to claim for a premises liability injury, you will likely be refused any compensation. This is because California imposes a two-year limit on most personal injury cases. To avoid missing out on compensation for your injury, it’s critical to begin a lawsuit or claim as soon as you’re aware of your injury.
Call Today for a Free Premises Liability ClaimIf you want to speak to a personal injury lawyer about premises liability cases in California, our team at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel is ready to help. We’ll assess your case and help you determine if the premises owner is at fault for your injury.
At Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, we provide no-cost consultations to all premises liability clients. Contact us at 909-889-1131 today to speak to our team – we’re always eager to help!