October 25, 2018
It’s that time of year again when parties with family, friends, and co-workers are plentiful and slips and falls will be on the rise! As a party host, you have a responsibility to maintain a safe environment. If your responsibility is not met, you may find yourself liable for slip and fall accidents should they occur, also known as premises liability. However, understanding the factors that can lead to slip and fall accidents and taking the proper precautions can prevent your holiday party from being ruined by an otherwise avoidable accident.
October 1, 2018
With the holidays upon us, party planning is in full swing. Like any other holiday season, many party hosts and partygoers will have to deal with holiday party injuries, that will definitely “throw a wrench” into a night of merriment.
During this holiday season, social hosts and homeowners in California should be extra careful about liability for holiday party injuries. Who is liable and how can you help keep your guests safe? Our expert personal injury attorneys at Allen, Flatt, Ballidis & Leslie provides advice and guidance that will keep your holidays merry.
September 1, 2018
With the holiday season quickly approaching, you might be planning an office holiday party in order to boost teamwork and morale amongst your own employees. But did you know that the office party opens you up to liability for a workplace lawsuit? Here are nine tips for employers to minimize liability risk at company holiday parties.
March 14, 2016
Our California personal injury attorneys understand the importance of a careful investigation of retail store accidents before critical evidence disappears, accident reports are conveniently misplaced, or essential witnesses disappear. There is often a wide variety of evidence that may be available to establish that store management or employees did not take sufficient care to protect patrons from injury.
March 1, 2016
Recently, the California Court of Appeals issued a decision affirming a summary judgment issued by a trial court in favor of Target Corporation in a slip and fall case.