If you are injured as a result of an unreasonably dangerous condition existing on a premises that wasn’t eliminated or warned about, you may be entitled to compensation. Whether you are a guest or visitor at a hotel or shopping mall, if you fall and get injured, you may be able to bring a claim if the property owner did not keep the property safe.
Property owners are required to keep their property safe. If property owners contract others to maintain their property, they also must maintain the property to be safe from dangerous conditions. When property owners know or should know about dangerous conditions that exist, they need to place warning signs or cones or caution tape notifying people that a dangerous condition exists.
Attorney Cynthia K. Wong investigates these claims to see if you can be compensated for your injuries. She hires and works with necessary experts not only to determine what happened and why it happened but what could have been done to prevent what happened. Cynthia also works with doctors and other medical providers to ensure that there is a collaborative effort for her clients to get the best possible medical care and treatment.
Call Cynthia K. Wong today for your consultation.