There are many types of personal injury cases in California. Individuals can get hurt in public spaces, at work, or even at a friend or family member’s house. If you’ve been seriously harmed on someone’s property, you can file a premises liability claim.
What is a Premises Liability Claim?
Under San Diego and California law, a person who claims premises liability is either an invitee, licensee, or trespasser. An invitee is someone who is invited or welcomed onto an individual’s property, such as someone who received an invitation to an auction or a visitor to a public store. A licensee usually enters property for his or her own reasons and benefits, like a social guest. On the other hand, a trespasser is someone who enters property without an invitation or right to do so.
Examples of injuries on an individual’s property usually include slip and fall cases, resulting in sprained or broken bones, but can also include fatal situations as well.
An Invitee, licensee, or trespasser can make a premises liability claim if the land or property owner knows his or her property is in dangerous condition and either fails to warn visitors about the danger or does not properly fix the dangerous conditions.
What to do After Being Injured on Someone Else’s Property
patient the duty of care and treatment with the same degree of skill, care, and diligence as possessed by or expected of a reasonably competent physician under the same circumstances.
Lee Law has experience with medical malpractice cases; such as joint & several and vicarious liability. In addition we also provide other legal services in the medical field. The attorneys at Lee Law Group understand the importance of trust in your health care provider and your freedom to fight for exceptional medical care. We’ve served San Diego and California for over ten years and are here to help you. Call us at 619-795-0991.