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Aug 14

What is Not Covered Under Premises Liability Laws?

Posted by: Personal Injury Attorney  

In today’s litigious society it will not take much for any injury or accident to turn into an overwhelming legal battle.  Even those that are extremely careful about their own property and actions can find themselves as either the victim of one of these accidents or facing a civil lawsuit.  This is why it is essential for all those that have recently found themselves in one of these situations to understand the basics of premise liability laws, what is not covered under these laws, and the importance of contacting Farhad Hamdam, Los Angeles premises liability attorney, as quickly as possible.

It can generally be difficult to determine what exactly will and will not be covered in a premises liability case.  Any time that a victim is injured due to the negligence of a property owner or caretaker of the property, there may be a cause to create a civil case.  One of the primary instances in which a property owner or caretaker will not be at fault is when the injured party had their accident traveling to or from the party.  These types of injuries would fall under other laws.  There could potentially be no case if the injury was found to be an accident that no one could have foreseen or prevented but the victims themselves.

If you or a loved one has recently been injured on another party’s property, you may be entitled to compensation.  Contact our Los Angeles PI lawyer today to see what legal options you have.