When Julia sprained her shoulder and fractured her wrist after a faulty elevator door in her office complex closed on her, the first person she contacted was a defective property lawyer.
After Josh’s trip to the community pool, his parents found what appeared to be chemical burns on his underarms and upper torso. While mom called the emergency room, dad called a defective property lawyer.
These two situations have something in common: both injuries were sustained due to defective property. The owner of the first property did not properly maintain their elevator, which caused a malfunction resulting in Julia’s injury. The community pool manager did not verify that the proper amounts of chemicals were present in the pool before daily activity. Both victims were unable to prevent their injuries as they entered each premises with the trust that the owners both had adhered to all of the safety guidelines.
Property owners are responsible for ensuring that safety conditions have been fulfilled prior to allowing guests on their property. Defective property lawyers help victims of injuries sustained due to defective or dangerous properties earn maximum compensation for their injuries in the case that negligence in demonstrable on the part of the property owner.
At the San Francisco law firm of Choulos, Choulos, & Wyle, we are committed to investigating all aspects of your defective property accident and getting you maximum compensation. Our defective property lawyers’ scope of coverage also includes Northern California, from Napa and Sonoma in the north, to Sacramento in the east, and San Jose in the south, including the communities of Oakland, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, all of Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County, Alameda County, Marin County, Napa County, Sonoma County, and San Mateo County. Call today at (877) 702-7800 for a free consultation and find out how we can help you get what you deserve!