Hazardous Conditions Are Everywhere-and We Can Fight For Your Rights

Most of us don't worry about our safety on other people's property, but each time you walk out of your house, you are at risk for personal injury of any kind. It's one of the main reasons homeowners and business owners must carry premises liability insurance, so that if you get hurt at another person's house, walking through a shopping mall parking garage, in a public building or a high-crime area, your medical expenses and other injury-related expenses can be covered. The possibilities are endless:

  • Lack of or not enough security guards, lazy security guards or guards sleeping on the job
  • Lack of or not enough security cameras to monitor the premises
  • Other forms of poor security, such as unlocked outside doors that should remain locked
  • Poor lighting, such as dark lobbies, pitch black parking lots, dimly lit parking garages and unlit stairs
  • Violent dog bites or other animal attacks due to negligent pet owners
  • Pools with no fence or other lax safety, resulting in swimming pool injuries or pool drowning
  • Wet floors, oil slicks, or uneven surfaces causing slip and fall accidents
  • Poor lake safety regulations or signage, resulting in boating accidents or fatalities
  • Accidents on or related to construction sites
  • Owner negligence or safety code violations
  • Insufficient safety signs and warnings
  • Fires, explosions or chemical spills
  • Exposure to toxic fumes
  • Lead poisoning

Dangerous Situations On Another Person's Property Means Premises Liability

If you or a loved one was hurt or you lost a family member in a wrongful death due to someone's negligence, we can pursue the guilty party's premises liability insurance for the compensation you deserve.

Intimidating insurance adjusters may pressure you to accept a "low-ball" compensation offer. Don't take it-take action! Call the Orange County Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton today at (949) 757-0707 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. We handle premises liability cases in the entire Orange County area, including Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Newport Beach and Tustin, as well as the Los Angeles and Riverside areas.