Grocery Store Accidents
Accidents that occur on somebody else’s real estate or business belong to the realm of premises liability. Under California state law, companies must maintain their services on reasonably safe environments for their patrons. Supermarkets are obligated to warn their clients of any unforeseen hazards, to be able to protect their customers from injuries. When businesses fail to provide proper caution, they are considered negligent. These laws are in place for the basic safety and well-being of the general public. When the proper steps aren’t properly observed to preserve safety, injuries will happen.
A store is full of potential hazards that could cause injury. Some of them include:
- Merchandise, especially liquids, that can spill and cause a slip and fall;
- Recently mopped floors;
- Falling merchandise from improperly stocked shelves;
- Cracks in the floor, sidewalk or parking lot;
- Wiring that may become loose and cause electrocution;
- Potential crime in the parking lot or other areas;
- Loose handrails on stairs; or
- Escalator and elevator accidents.
Mr. Naziri is devoted to helping individuals throughout the state recover maximum compensation for the injuries they have sustained due to negligence of grocery store owners, retail store property managers and more. He is diligent in pursuing legal compensation, while still providing high-quality, individualized service to each and every client. If you have been hurt or injured in a store and want to assess the viability of your case, the advice of a personal injury attorney is a must. Mr. Naziri is an experienced personal injury attorney who can investigate your injury and recover compensation for the damages sustained. Contact Naziri Law Firm at (818)-888-6675 or TOLL FREE at (888)-9-GOT-LAW to schedule a free consultation.