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Owners or managers of hotels, bars, restaurants, golf courses, grocery stores and other retail outlets who open their venues to the public all have a duty to keep their premises free from hazards that can cause injury to others.If a property is unsafe, defective, or dangerous and someone is injured, a property owner can be liable for damages under the theory of premises liability.

What Constitutes A Dangerous Condition?

There are countless hazardous conditions found on different types of property that can cause injury. The most common injuries occur from:

  • Slippery surfaces such as standing water or open containers of food on a grocery store isle floor
  • Poor security such as a lack of inadequate lighting in stairwells or parking lots
  • Defective elevators or stairways, including escalators in a shopping mall or hotel
  • Toxic fumes such as leaking natural gas in a public arena under construction

Determining Liability

Because the law is complex, not all conditions that cause injury will constitute liability. If you or a loved one has been injured on any type of premises, the best way to determine if a property owner or hotel manger is liable under law is to reach out to our team of experienced attorneys.

We can discuss what happened in detail, potential legal recourse options and compensation available.

Experienced Attorneys Willing To Fight For You

At Ariel Law Group, our team of lawyers has handled many cases in Los Angeles and Southern California involving property injuries. We have helped people in many different situations recover compensation to pay for medical expenses, physical therapy, pain and suffering, and more.

Individuals who have been harmed by the negligence of others deserve justice. With decades of combined experience, we will fight to get you the money you need and deserve.

Call Today To Schedule A Consult

Call 888-888-2598 today to schedule an appointment. You can also send us a confidential email. We always offer free consultations.

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