GROCERY STORE ACCIDENTS
Accidents that occur on someone else’s property or business fall into the realm of premises liability. Under California state law, business owners must keep their facility reasonably safe to those that may pay visit to their shop. Grocery store owners are obligated to warn their customers of any unforeseen dangers, hazards, in order to protect visitors and prevent injury and illness.
& BAR FIGHTS
An assault or battery charge under premises liability law is a serious offense. Often, bar fights arise from negligent security such as lack of bouncer staffing, video camera surveillance and proper lighting. Bouncers can also attack patrons under the guise that they were “just doing their job”. At Naziri Law Firm, we understand how these bar fights, brawls or assaults happen.
AMUSEMENT PARK ACCIDENTS
Every year, millions of people go to amusement parks seeking thrill and adventure-nobody goes to an amusement park expecting to get hurt. However, amusement park accidents are on the rise as newer, faster rides are built in attempt to satisfy thrill-seeking customers, resulting in older rides being ill-maintained, and ultimately, resulting in life-impacting accidents.
CONSTRUCTION SITE ACCIDENTS
Construction sites are dangerous environments, injuring and killing thousands of workers each year. Due to the inherent dangers of construction, many employed in the construction and building industry find themselves confronted with deadly work environments on a daily basis.
SLIP & FALL ACCIDENTS
Slip-and-fall accidents are a part of premises liability law. In many of these cases, insurance companies will try to minimize your settlement by attempting to disprove your claim, or to get you to accept an inadequate settlement. Once you have accepted an insurance settlement, you waive your right to seek damages under a personal injury lawsuit. If you sustain an injury from a slip-and-fall in Los Angeles, you need to consult with a personal injury attorney before you discuss anything with an insurance company.
UNSAFE BUILDING INJURY
Most property owners properly care and maintain their buildings and are responsible owners. However, there are some landlords and property owners that are negligent in the maintenance of their property, which can result in serious injury to the occupants and visitors in the building. If you were injured on someone else’s property due to negligent maintenance, or because the owner of a building allowed a dangerous condition to develop, you may be entitled to compensation for your injury.
If you have been injured at work or in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may face significant medical bills and your injuries may prevent you from working for an extended period of time. Workers’ compensation and personal injury laws protect you in these situations, but the process for receiving benefits or compensation can be complex and confusing. Unfortunately, because of the laws and regulations that govern workplace injuries, receiving the compensation necessary to cover your added expenses is not always so cut and dry. Depending on the state, time frame, and the nature of the accident, limitations are often placed on damages that can be received and the type of action that can be taken.