Injured on Another Person’s Property in Orange County? Here Are Two Things You Should Understand Now About California Premises Liability Law

California premises liability law can be extremely complicated for the inexperienced. Many injured victims in Orange County have a lot of trouble determining their rights, finding out if the property owner can be held responsible, and figuring out how to go about filing a personal injury claim against the property owner or other responsible parties. Especially in the immediate aftermath of an injury, it can be hard to know where to turn or what to believe.

Two Things You Should Know Now If You’ve Been Injured on Another Person’s Property in Orange County

The very first thing you should know is that most injured victims can get all of their questions answered quickly, clearly, and for free by meeting in person with an experienced personal injury attorney to talk about the circumstances of the accident. However, if you have recently been injured on someone else’s property in Orange County, here are two more important things you should understand right away:

  1. The property owner isn’t necessarily responsible for every injury that happens on his or her property. If you fell or got hurt while on someone else’s commercial or private property, it doesn’t automatically mean that you can hold the property owner responsible for your injuries. The accident that caused your injuries must have occurred according to specific criteria set forth under the law for your claim to be successful.
  2. It is up to the injured victim to prove that the property owner should be responsible for what happened. Unfortunately, California law puts the pressure on the injured party to provide evidence that the property owner or another responsible party should be held responsible for the accident. This is a big part of the reason why it’s so crucial for injured victims to reach out to an experienced personal injury attorney for help.

Get Help Navigating Your Orange County Personal Injury Claim Today

If you have been injured on another person’s property in Orange County, a Newport Beach personal injury attorney can answer your questions and provide guidance in a free and confidential legal consultation. Reach out to Russell & Lazarus today at (949) 851-0222.

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