Many of us have been shopping at the store and noticed a broken step or fallen debris on the floor, but it is unfortunate if the store owner fails to do anything to protect their customers from these dangerous conditions. As a result of this negligence, an unsuspecting customer may slip and fall, causing them to suffer severe personal injuries. If you have suffered a slip-and-fall accident at a grocery store in California, you may have a strong case against the store in court.
In the state of California, dog owners are liability for the actions of their pet. However, there are two exceptions to this rule.
At some point, every person suffers a fall. While in some California residents may take a tumble due to their own carelessness or lack of attention, in many other cases, individuals suffer serious injuries and harm when they fall due to other people's negligence. Slip-and-fall injuries are often compensable, but to prevail, victims generally must build strong cases to prove their claims.
Pets often make the lives of Stockton residents better. Many animals offer their owners unconditional love in exchange for little more than a place to sleep and food to eat. However, not all individuals who choose to keep pets on their property properly train and care for the animals they bring into their homes. When animals lash out and attack humans and other creatures their owners can be liable for the injuries they cause.
You've always been the breadwinner at home, and you have made sure to keep up your level of fitness. You work hard and play hard. One thing you never saw coming was an accident that would lead to catastrophic burns. Burn injuries are severe in some cases, leading to life-altering consequences.
Dog attacks are a serious concern in the United States and in California. Close to 5 million victims in the U.S. suffer dog bites each year and 800,000 of these victims require medical care as a result each year. In addition, California leads the nation in the number of fatal god bite attacks. In response, California has strict dog bite laws concerning owner liability for dog attacks.
Is it foreseeable that men waiting in a long line for the bathroom at a football game might get surly and frustrated? Sure. Is it foreseeable that a fight might break out, and someone could be injured?