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Homeowner Liability

Orange County, CA Premises Liability Attorney

Homeowners have a responsibility to make sure their property is safe and free from hazards that could cause serious injuries. If you or a family member visits someone else's house or walk on a public portion of their property, you should reasonably expect that you will not get hurt.

Unfortunately, accidents often occur in other people's houses for a wide range of reasons. These accidents are known as premises accidents. They're also extremely complicated since you often know the owner of the house.

Orange County, California premises liability lawyer Daniel C. Carlton knows what you're going through. That's because the Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton has been handling such complex cases for more than 40 years. We understand California's property owner liability laws and we want to help you obtain the compensation you deserve to move forward with your life.

How Accidents Happen

Under California law, homeowners can be held liable (financially responsible) for accidents that occur in their home or on their property. Some of the most common reasons why accidents happen inside or outside someone's home include:

  • Unmarked hazards
  • Improper maintenance (broken steps, loose hand railings, etc.)
  • Improper fencing, especially in cases involving
  • Dog bites
  • Swimming pool accidents

Accidents can happen at someone else's home for many other reasons. But the bottom line is you shouldn't have to worry about how you will pay for your injury-related expenses. We can help you every step of the way.

Your Safety Matters

Many people worry about whether they will have to take legal action against a friend or neighbor if they sustain a serious injury on their property. The reality is most homeowners have insurance. And as part of that coverage, many policies include personal liability coverage, which includes compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other accident-related expenses.

But just because someone has such coverage does not guarantee that you will automatically receive the compensation you deserve for your injury. In many cases, even if the homeowner admits responsibility, the insurance company could be a problem. That's because many insurance companies do everything they can to reduce or deny accident claims altogether.

Insurance companies don't intimidate us. We know how to take them on and fight for the compensation you rightfully deserve. Whether it's negotiating with insurance companies or taking them to court, we're prepared to do whatever it takes to help you get the compensation you rightfully deserve. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation right now.