Representing People Injured On Public Property
Historically, the federal, state and municipal governments have attempted to limit their liability for negligence by their employees. This is called the “sovereign immunity” principle. But under the California Tort Claims Act, it is possible to recover compensation in certain cases.
For example, you may be able to recover damages if:
- You have slipped and fallen as the result of a dangerous condition in a government building, such as an uneven sidewalk or inadequate lighting.
- A government vehicle slammed into your car.
- You or a loved one suffered a grievous injury due to medical negligence in a municipal hospital.
- Your child suffered an injury while at a school or municipally-owned swimming pool.
- You have suffered harm in another type of accident on public property.
There are many complex aspects to such public liability cases, and often, much must be done to recover compensation. But you should not hesitate seeking legal advice regarding the strength of your case.
Call us today at 866-262-3670to schedule your free consultation.
You Must Act Quickly
In California, a person who has suffered injuries on public property has only six months to file notice of intent to file a claim against the government entity. In a free consultation, an attorney at our firm can review your situation and discuss your legal options. If your claim has merit, the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., will take immediate action to protect your rights and initiate legal action on your behalf.
Experienced Public Liability Attorneys
In one notable case, our firm obtained $5.2 million settlement for a high school football player who was injured in a football game.
The Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., has extensive experience and a record of success handling cases involving property owner negligence, including accidents on public property. When you chose us to represent you, we will thoroughly investigate the accident, assign liability to all negligent parties and seek maximum compensation for you.
Free Consultation — Get Legal Help Today
To schedule a free initial consultation with a premises liability lawyer, contact the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., by calling 866-583-9564.
Our firm represents people throughout Southern California from offices in Los Angeles, Monrovia, West Covina and Palm Desert. If you can’t come to us, we can visit you at your home, hospital room or another location.