Have You Been Injured On Another’s Property?

Premises liability concerns injuries sustained due to an unsafe condition on the property of another. This includes swimming pool accidents, slip-and-fall incidents, trip-and-fall incidents, roof cave-ins, faulty or missing railings, dog-bites, treacherous stairs, electrical accidents, lead poisoning and broken glass. It can occur at homes, apartment houses, stores, parks, auto mechanic shops, vacant lots and amusement parks. An owner of the property or occupier with right of control may be liable for such accidents if it can be shown that he or she had a duty of care and was negligent in the performance of that duty. Establishing liability in these cases can be difficult and calls for the services of a personal injury attorney — knowledgeable in the law of premises liability — to build a successful case for recovery of optimum damages.

Duty Of Care

An owner or occupier of property with right of control has a duty of care to maintain the property in a safe condition. His or her duty, however, varies according to whether the victim was a trespasser, a person invited onto the property or a customer. The duties of the owner and occupier also vary and one or both may be liable for an accident. The jury may consider whether the owner or occupier acted with reasonable care to inspect and correct hazardous conditions or to erect security measures to warn or prevent injury to the victim.


Once liability has been shown, the victim may recover medical, hospital, nursing and ambulance expenses, loss of income from missed work, pain and suffering, property losses and rehabilitation costs.

Skilled Premises Liability Lawyer

Nguyen Lawyers is a premises liability law firm with years of courtroom experience during which the firm has won many verdicts in excess of $1 million. The firm is known for its responsive service, frequent communication with clients, superior trial preparation and cutting-edge courtroom presentation. The firm is based in Long Beach, California, with a satellite office in Beverly Hills to serve clients across California and the United States. You are encouraged to contact the firm so that an experienced premises liability lawyer can consult with you about your case and advise you of how the firm may help you with your claim or lawsuit.

Talk with a premises liability lawyer about your accident on another’s property. There is no cost for the initial consultation. If your case is accepted for representation, then you do not pay any costs or fees until there is a recovery. If there is no recovery, then there are no costs or fees.