Holding Property Owners Accountable

Property owners in Sacramento have a duty to properly maintain their premises. If you have been injured or a loved one was killed on another person's property due to a dangerous condition that the property owner knew about or should have known about, or if you suffered an injury in a dog attack, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

We Handle Complex Cases Involving Serious Injuries

At Piering Law Firm, we have the skill and resources needed to win in complex premises liability cases. With more than 35 years of combined experience in premises liability law, our attorneys Robert Allen Piering and John Beals know what it takes to get positive results.

Whether your accident occurred at a public store, at a private home, in your apartment or on a work site, we know how premises liability laws apply to your case. A premises liability claim can result from a wide range of factual scenarios involving an accident or injury on someone else's property. Some more common types of premises liability claims include:

We Understand California Premises Liability Law

Premises liability refers to an area of the law governing the obligations of property owners, lessors and tenants. When property owners put people in danger, either by failing to repair dangerous conditions on their property such as holes in walkways and slippery surfaces around pools, or their dog's behavior results in an attack, innocent people may be injured.

Proving negligence in premises liability cases is challenging and complex. Owning a property does not automatically make someone liable for injuries suffered on the property. Our lawyers must show that the property owner failed to act in a reasonable manner to correct an issue that he or she knew about or should have known about.

An Independent Investigation Of The Facts

A thorough investigation is a critical element in a premises liability case. Our on-staff accident investigator will immediately begin collecting evidence and witness testimonials to prove negligence and support your case. Additionally, we frequently work with accident reconstructionists who can provide expert testimony as to the cause of your accident.

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