Premises Liability FAQ
What is Premises Liability?
Premises liability is a legal term that refers to the responsibility of property owners. When property owners fail to keep their premises free of hazardous conditions, or fail to warn other people of existing hazardous conditions, they may be considered liable for any accidents that occur while other people are on their property.
What is a Premises Liability lawsuit?
A Premises Liability lawsuit is a legal action that is filed by a person who has been injured due to the negligence of a property owner. If a person can successfully prove that he/she was injured as a result of a property owner’s negligence, he/she may be allowed to seek monetary damages.
Can I file a Premises Liability lawsuit?
In some cases, you may be allowed to file a Premises Liability lawsuit. However, before you can move forward with your Premises Liability suit, you must be able to prove: the property owner knew the hazardous condition existed, the accident occurred because the property owner failed to remove the hazardous condition, the accident occurred because the property owner failed to warn you about the hazardous conditions, and you sustained an injury due to the property owner’s negligence.
What do monetary damages cover?
Monetary damages cover things such as current and future medical costs, lost wages, lost quality of life, and pain and suffering.
How much is my personal injury case worth?
The value of your case will depend on a variety of circumstances and the conditions surrounding your case. Each case’s worth will vary.
Contact the Shaun Setareh Law Group to discuss your Los Angeles premises liability case. For your convenience, we are available 24 hours a day!