Were you or a loved one injured on property owned by another individual due to poor or inadequate upkeep? The experienced San Francisco premises liability lawyers of The Cartwright Law Firm, Inc. are prepared to provide you with the legal support you need to pursue such a claim. Not only are we well-equipped to handle the administrative aspects of your case—such as filing within the statute of limitations, providing supporting evidence, and keeping track of all paperwork—but we also offer connections to top-level researchers and expert witnesses who can make the difference in your case.
Premises liability is a significant branch of personal injury. Cases of premises liability involve injury while on the property of another individual or more specifically, on a property that lacks satisfactory maintenance or proper cautionary signage. Like any personal injury case, the determining factor in premises liability is negligence. If the negligence of a property owner caused you injury, you will need an experienced attorney to advocate on your behalf.
Some of the most common types of premises liability cases include the following:
Any time you are injured while on property owned by another person, you should at least consult with a lawyer. Even cases that involve insufficient security, dog bites or poor childcare fall into the premises liability category. When you or a loved one suffers harm, the negligent party should be held responsible.
Moreover, filing a claim will help protect others from being injured as you were.
Take control of the situation by contacting The Cartwright Law Firm, Inc. today. Our personal injury attorneys serve the communities of San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento, Palo Alto, and cities throughout California. We will work to help you recover financial damages to compensate for the physical and emotional damage you suffered. Please call us 415-433-0444 or reach out to us online.
Our successful case results are a reflection of the values and virtues we believe in and uphold at Cartwright Law Firm. Nothing stops us from pursuing justice on behalf of those who need it.
Robert E. Cartwright Jr.
Founder and Managing Partner
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