As a guest on the premises of another, you should have confidence that you are safe while visiting. Simply put, owners and occupiers of land owe a duty to either repair a possible hazard or make you aware of the danger. If you are injured, you may be able to collect money for your medical bills, as well as for your pain and suffering. When you are a guest at a hotel, attending an event, visiting your doctor, enjoying an amusement park, or otherwise on the premises of a person or business, you are owed a high standard of care to keep you safe. Some common types of premises liability claims include:
Slip & Fall
The attorneys at Ortega Law, LLC, have helped clients recover money for their injuries, pain, and suffering by aggressively representing our clients against large corporations, the city, or county for the negligence of their employees.
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