Premise Liability | Allen Flatt Ballidis & Leslie Blog
The word “negligence” comes up a lot in personal injury situations, and our experts Allen Flatt Ballidis & Leslie are here to shed some light about what this really means.
Under California law, homeowners, landlords, and business owners have a duty to make their property safe and warn of any conditions that could foreseeably cause harm to others – this is called premises liability.
Property owners must regularly inspect their buildings and land to ensure it is safe to visit.
They can be held accountable for any injuries caused by their failure to provide reasonably safe conditions for lawful guests, patrons, or tenants.
Our team at Allen Flatt Ballidis & Leslie has won large settlements for many clients who experienced a slip and fall, been injured due to unsafe or broken stairs, tripped over raised sidewalks, or drowned in pools that were not properly fenced.
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