Premises Liability And Slip-And-Fall Accidents

If you or a family member have suffered a serious injury because you slipped, tripped, fell over, or fell into something that should not have been in your pathway, the property owner may be liable for your injuries. But these cases are aggressively defended, and without an experienced law firm on your side, your chances of recovering compensation are slim.

We Can Help If You Were Injured Because Of Landowner's Negligence

The Los Angeles law firm of Avila & Shaddow is experienced in litigating slip and fall cases, as well as other premises liability claims by proving that the owner knew or should have known of the danger that caused the injury. Whether the injury occurred on a sidewalk, in someone's home, or in a store, mall, restaurant, or hotel, you should call Avila & Shaddow to learn whether you have any your rights.

Do You Have A Good Case? Find Out In A Free Consultation.

Don't assume that your slip and fall injury was your fault. Call us at 866-450-4LAW and let us determine if you have a case that we can assist you with. Avila & Shaddow handles cases in Los Angeles County, Kern County, San Bernardino County, Ventura County, and throughout Southern California.

Was The Property Owner Negligent?

A negligent property owner is someone who failed to operate her premises in a safe manner by creating a dangerous condition on her premises, allowing a dangerous condition to exist, and/or failing to correct the condition or inform users of her premises of it.

Dangerous conditions can be created by a number of hazards, including, but not limited to, insufficient lighting, unmarked holes, raised concrete, water leaks, broken steps, oil slicks, gas leaks, an unmarked step-up or step-down, or a spilled liquid on the floor. That is why the key to a successful premises liability case starts with investigation into the cause(s) of the accident. Did the properly owner negligently maintain her premises? Could the property owner have done something to have prevented the accident? In order to establish liability against a property owner, tough questions need to be asked and experts may need to be consulted with, so that you get the answers that will support your demand for compensation. Avila and Shaddow are experienced litigators who will help you get the information you need for your claim.

Free Case Evaluation From Experienced Woodland Hills Premises Liability Attorneys

Avila & Shaddow serves injury victims in Agoura, Calabasas, the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Thousand Oaks, and other areas in Southern California.
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