Ventura Premises Liability Lawyers

We've Helped Our Clients Recover $100+ Million

All property owners owe their visitors a duty of care. Property owners are legally required to maintain a safe environment for their patrons and guests. If property owners fail to do so and guests are injured as a result of property negligence or a lapse in security, then the owner of the property can be held liable. This is true for public, private, and commercial premises alike, as long as the property guest is on the property legally. To see if you are eligible for legal remedies for your injuries, contact Richard | Bartlett Lawyers.

See what our over 25 years' legal experience can do for you. Receive a free case review when you call (805) 438-2440.

Premises Safety vs. Premises Security

Though these terms certainly overlap, a "safe" environment is one that's relatively free of any condition likely to cause an injury accident. This would include wet or slippery floors, broken floorboards, and cluttered walkways. A "secure" environment is one that is not overtly vulnerable to criminal behavior.

Depending on the property type and location, security requirements might include:

  • Outdoor lighting
  • Surveillance cameras
  • Security guards
  • Security-lock windows and doors

To determine the merits of your premises liability claim, we encourage you to speak with our attorney. Our experienced Ventura premises liability lawyer can evaluate your situation and see whether your case is valid.

Free Consultation with our Ventura Injury Attorneys

Most premises liability claims are subjective and open to interpretation. This is where an experienced, premises injury lawyer becomes so important. Demonstrating that a property owner failed to exercise a "reasonable" measure of care can be a tall order, but that is exactly what Richard | Bartlett has been doing for over 25 years.

With our aggressive and careful approach to handling personal injury claims, we have successfully won over $100 million for our clients. We settle for nothing less than maximum compensation, and we've never shied away from going to trial. All of our fees are contingency based, meaning they only come out of your recovery.

If we don't win your case, you don't pay us! Call (805) 438-2440 to schedule a free consultation today.

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