Premises Liability and Dangerous Conditions
“Premises liability” is a type of personal injury lawsuit brought by a person injured by a dangerous condition on another’s property. Under premises liability laws, property owners may be held financially responsible for accidents or injuries that occur due to their negligence. Premises liability cases can involve a broad range of issues including injuries resulting from the defective construction of a building to injuries stemming from improper maintenance of an apartment.
With over fifty years of combined experience in the practice of law, the lawyers of Bragg, Mainzer & Firpo, LLP have a record of successfully litigating premises liability cases. Our premises liability practice includes representing the victims of accidents caused by improper facility maintenance, poor building construction, inadequate warnings, insufficient lighting, inadequate handrails or stairs, dangerous animals on premises and other defects.
Please see our results page for a representative sample of our past cases.
What Others Say
I met Ben Mainzer after my child almost lost her life. Ben took every phone call I ever made to him and returned them when he wasn’t available. He listened to me and heard me at my most desperate times. He spent two years and countless hours on our case and never wavered. He is a professional, relentless, courteous and compassionate attorney. Because of Ben Mainzer my child has justice and Humboldt County is a safer place.