Property owners have a responsibility to ensure that their guests are not placed at undue risk of suffering harm due to unsafe conditions on their premises. Unfortunately, this responsibility is not always upheld, potentially causing dangerous accidents and serious injuries to occur. For this reason, property owners may be held liable for their negligence in placing others in harm’s way.
If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident on another person’s property, you may be entitled to seek financial compensation for your pain and suffering. Contact the Law Office of Anna Costa at (510) 410-5050 or email Acosta@costalawyer.com to speak with an experienced attorney about your potential case.
Some of the most common ways a person is injured on the property of another includes:
Slip and falls
Swimming pool accidents
Elevator and escalator injuries
Dangerous chemicals on property
Deadlines are Important
If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of unsafe conditions there is a set period of time within which a lawsuit may be filed. This is called a Statute of Limitations and it is very important to file a case within the appropriate deadline. If the Statute of Limitations has expired relative to your situation, your lawsuit may be barred. All States have their own Statute of Limitations deadlines. Please consult an attorney to determine the applicable Statute of Limitations for your case. Call the Law Office of Anna Costa for a free confidential initial consultation at (510) 410-5050 or email Acosta@costalawyer.com.
*Located in San Leandro California the Law Office of Anna M. Costa serves personal injury clients in Northern California including the communities of Oakland, Alameda, San Leandro, Castro Valley, Hayward, Union City, Fremont, Richmond, Berkeley, Walnut Creek, Concord, Pleasant Hill, Lafayette, San Mateo, Dublin, Antioch, Pleasanton, Pacifica, Daly City and San Francisco, CA.
*The information contained in this site is general in nature, and is not intended to constitute legal advice. Communications between the law firm and prospective clients are confidential, but no attorney-client relationship is created unless a contract for legal services is signed. Any testimonials or endorsements do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.