A personal injury that happens on the property of another is a premises liability case. Whether you’re visiting another person’s home, a store, a sports venue, a restaurant, bar, or any other property, if you are injured, you may have the right to pursue compensation.
Who is responsible for what happened to you?
Under California law, the person who owns, leases, or controls a property can be held liable for injuries occurring on the property.
The parties who may be named in a premises liability lawsuit include:
- Commercial property owner
- Property tenant
- Business owner
- Property management firm
- Retail store owner
- Mall owner
- Amusement park owner
- Municipal agency
- Hotel or motel owner/operator