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Premises liability claim after customer is injured after fall

The owner of a convenience store has been sued after a client slipped in a puddle of water and fell. The customer has filed a premises liability claim after she suffered serious injuries in the fall. The injured victim alleges that the shop owner was negligent, as shoppers were not warned of the danger posed by a leaking fridge. Shop owners in California and other states must place warning signs when something may pose a danger to their shoppers.

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Most people in California have seen actors become the butt of jokes by slipping and falling on a TV show or in a movie, but in real life, these types of accidents can be very dangerous. Maintaining a safe property free of these types of dangers is a responsibility that all property owners must take seriously. Sadly, not all owners do. We make sure that our clients understand their rights to pursue compensation from negligent property owners through the actions of premises liability claims.

Injured rider seeks compensation via premises liability suit

Going for a horse ride can be an enthralling experience for many, but there is also little denying just how dangerous these magnificent creatures can be. Visitors to stables and horse clubs rely on employees to maintain safe environments in which both riders and horses can proceed with safety. Sadly, one California woman claims that this was not the case during her visit to a riding club, which is why she decided to file a premises liability suit.

Parents file premises liability suit after daughter's death

Music festivals tend to be summertime staples that bring music lovers together for days of entertainment. Sadly, these popular festivals are not always the safest environments. A California family is seeking compensation for their daughter's death, and they have blamed the music festival she attended for premises liability, negligence and her wrongful death.

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Whether shopping at a popular retail establishment or visiting another person's home, each and every person in California has the right to expect that a property has been properly maintained. This might seem obvious to some, but many property owners fail to adequately address dangers or warn visitors of potential hazards, putting some at risk of serious injury or even death. Injuries caused by slip-and-fall accidents, dog bites or any other number of hazardous conditions can all be justly compensated through premises liability claims.

Premises liability suit filed after children hurt by falling tree

Parents typically expect that areas and businesses specifically geared toward children will provide a safe and danger-free environment, but that is not always the case. At least one California parent has filed a premises liability suit after her two sons were injured at a children's museum. Both the museum and the city have been named as defendants in the suit.

Dog bite victims may achieve success with premises liability suit

Dogs might be considered man's best friend, but it is often the smallest and most vulnerable in our society who fall victim to dog bites -- children. Parents of children who have been injured by a dog bite are often distraught and unsure of how to best seek justice on behalf of their child. For many California parents, a premises liability claim can be an effective approach to this problem.

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Most people probably don't consider the simple act of walking into a building as a risk. That's because we aren't supposed to consider it a risk. The premises that we enter is supposed to be safe and up to code. No one expects that floor to collapse, or for shoddy work to cause a slip-and-fall on a staircase. No one thinks the elevator they enter is going to collapse.

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