Property Owner Liability Lawyer
Your Home For Justice in Orange County, CA
Property owners have a responsibility to keep their property safe and free of hazardous conditions. When they fail to do so and accidents occur on their property, they need to be held accountable for their actions.
In Southern California, the Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton in Orange County has been working with people injured on someone else's property for decades. We fully understand how the legal system works in regards to such complex cases.
Don't underestimate the complexity of your premises accident. Property owner liability laws in California can be very confusing. And if you don't take the right steps at the right time, you could jeopardize the outcome of your claim or legal case.
What Is Property Owner Liability?
Liability is a legal term that refers to who's responsible for a particular legal matter. In terms of property owner liability, that means the owner of the property is responsible for accidents that occur on their property.
Under California law, property owners are considered liable if someone sustains an injury on their property. As a result, injury victims can seek financial compensation for their injuries, including compensation for medical bills, lost income and other accident-related expenses.
However, actually obtaining such compensation can often be very difficult. Many property owners often deny any wrongdoing. That's why it's critical that you have an experienced property owner liability attorney on your side. That's why you need us.
Cases We Handle
Our law firm handles a wide range of property owner liability cases in Southern California. Some of the most common cases we handle include:
Whatever type of case you're dealing with, no matter how straightforward or complicated it might seem, make sure you get the assistance you need and deserve. Make sure you contact us and schedule your free case evaluation.
Count on Carlton
You will likely face several obstacles in your property owner liability case. Often, many property owners (especially businesses) refuse to admit wrongdoing if you sustain an injury on their property. And even if they do admit responsibility for your accident, then you need to deal with their insurance company.
Insurance companies are notorious for refusing to fairly compensate injury victims hurt on someone else's property. Often, they make a low-ball offer that doesn't even come close to covering all your accident-related expenses. Or they try to deny your claim altogether.
Insurance companies don't intimidate us. We know how to negotiate with them and obtain a fair settlement offer. And if they refuse to cooperate, we're prepared to take them to court and file a lawsuit against them on your behalf.
Your best interests always come first at our law firm. Count on Dan Carlton in a crisis.