Premises Liability Lawyer Newark, Freemont, Union City CA

projects-04.jpgIn the State of California, a property owner is required to keep his or her premises safe from an unreasonably dangerous condition or unreasonably dangerous conditions on his or her premises.

The most common unreasonably dangerous or hazardous condition is when there is a slick substance on the floor or on the ground, whether in or at a store or a business, resulting in a “slip and fall” accident.

However, premises liability can include more than just someone slipping and falling on a slick substance. In fact, premises liability can include, but is not limited to, walkways, pavement, sidewalks, elevators, escalators, stairs, falling merchandise, collapsing store shelves, swimming pool injuries, construction site accidents, poorly lit areas, etc.

Help from Tristan Yohan Jagroop, Esq. is just either a telephone call or an e-mail away. Mr. Jagroop will analyze your potential case/matter. He will provide you with a full, complete, open, honest, and transparent assessment of your potential case/matter. His goal is to do the best that he can, to the best of his ability, to the biggest extent possible, to put you in the position that you were in prior to your premises liability accident.

Please either call Mr. Jagroop at (510)556-4013 or e-mail Mr. Jagroop at to discuss your premises liability case.

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