We Hold Property Owners Responsible For Dangerous Conditions
Property owners have a responsibility to maintain safe premises and to warn people of any hazards. When they fail in that duty, people can be seriously injured. Even though these cases often appear straightforward, it may take a lawyer’s help to recover compensation from the property owner’s insurance company.
At the Law Offices of Fred D. Crawford, IV, we represent people injured in slip-and-falls and other premises liability accidents in California. You will be backed by a personal injury attorney who has more than 30 years of experience.
Please call our Redondo Beach office today at 310-421-4732 to schedule a free consultation. Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. You pay no fees unless we recover damages for you.
Results In Premises Liability Claims
If you were injured because of a safety hazard or a property owner’s negligence, we can explore your possible personal injury claim. We handle cases against private and public property, such as apartment buildings and hotels, supermarkets and discount stores, bars and restaurants, parking lots and garages, sporting venues and homeowners. Examples of premises liability claims include injuries from:
- Slip-and-fall accidents (from spills, tripping hazards, broken stairs, inadequate lighting)
- Dog bites and other animal attacks
- Falling objects
- Structural collapses
- Fires, explosions or chemical leaks
- Electrical hazards
- Negligent security resulting in assault
We will investigate the incident to determine who is at fault for your injuries. In some cases, there may be multiple liable parties. For example, the property owner and a third party such as a maintenance company or utility company may be liable for your losses. We will seek compensation from all liable parties.
Ready To Seek Compensation For You
We represent people throughout the Redondo Beach and Torrance areas, and offer a free consultation and case evaluation. Please call 310-421-4732 or complete our online contact form.