Protecting Your Rights When You Have Been Injured By Property-Owner Negligence
The premises in which you live or work is the responsibility of the building owner, property manager and your employer. They are required to follow the California Building Code in terms of keeping up the condition of the building and making sure it is habitable for everyone. When they fail to do so and you are hurt as a result, they should be held accountable.
Our attorneys at The Law Offices of Vincent J. Scotto, III, have years of experience in handling personal injury cases of all types. We are well-known for our vigorous investigation of the events causing your injuries and our pursuit of all possible third parties who may be held liable in addition to the original person or persons at fault. Doing this allows us to maximize the final outcome of your settlement in order to fully cover the damage done to you.
What To Know About Premises Liability Accidents
Common issues with premises that turn into personal injury liability issues are:
- Poor security
- Lack of handrails in stairwells
- Bad lighting
- Toxic mold
- Off-gassing toxins from carpets, paint or solvents
- Inadequate or faulty HVAC units
“Sick buildings” result in inhabitants with upper respiratory problems, allergies and headaches that are created by or made worse by the building problems. If this has happened to you, you can sue for compensation to cover your medical expenses and time lost from work as a result of this environmental negligence.
Hands-On – Attentive – Hardworking
Our lawyers will give you their full attention and make it their goal to move your injury case along as quickly as possible in order to help you heal and go forward with your life. We are a hands-on law firm. We believe in giving you the best service by partnering you with one of our San Mateo premises liability attorneys to work on your case instead of handing you off to the staff. We keep in close contact and inform you of all progress in your case.
Discuss Your Accident With A Lawyer In A Free Consultation
You can reach us at our offices in San Mateo and Martinez at 650-375-2301, or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. All cases are taken on a contingency basis so you do not pay a fee unless your case is successfully settled.