Premises Liability Archives

Know your rights on another person’s property in California

It is crucial that anyone in California who is injured while on another person’s property knows exactly what rights he or she has. Everyone has the right to be safe from injury during daily life, but a negligent property owner may strip him or her of that right, leading directly to debt because of things… Continue reading »

Posted on September 30th, 2014 by Heller Law Firm, APC

Agricultural worker alleges dangerous conditions in grain burial

Agricultural workplaces are admittedly dangerous. Combine large machinery with high production goals and unfamiliar contractors, and you could have a recipe for disaster at a California farm. That is just what happened to one Woodland man, who claims that he was victimized by dangerous conditions while unloading a grain silo. The man said he was… Continue reading »

Posted on April 18th, 2014 by Heller Law Firm, APC

Relatives of boardwalk death victim file premises liability suit

Relatives of an Italian tourist who was killed on a California boardwalk in 2013 have filed a civil suit against the city of Los Angeles, claiming that the boardwalk visitors were vulnerable to fatal accidents. Family members have filed a premises liability suit. The 32-year-old woman was killed in early August when a driver swerved… Continue reading »

Posted on February 7th, 2014 by Heller Law Firm, APC

Bat bite wasn’t an item on woman’s Home Depot shopping list

In a premises liability lawsuit, a defendant may be held liable for damages when their actions fall below a certain standard of care. This may include failing to repair a hidden danger or warn of a dangerous condition that the property owner knew or at least should have known existed through a reasonable inspection. These… Continue reading »

Posted on September 20th, 2013 by Heller Law Firm, APC