Slipped Or Tripped?

Don’t Assume You’re At Fault

Dangerous Property2018-11-19T16:58:15+00:00

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Slipped Or Tripped? Don’t Assume You’re At Fault

If you tripped on the front steps of a local business or slipped in a grocery store aisle, you may believe that the accident was your fault. This may not be true. Sometimes, serious injuries occur because property owners have not taken precautions to make the area safe.

If you were injured on someone else’s property, it never hurts to have a professional investigate the incident and determine who was actually at fault.

When you call the Northern California law firm of Wells, Call, Clark, Bennett & Clawson, you can count on having your case evaluated by an experienced lawyer — absolutely free. We never charge for the initial consultation.

We Have Decades Of Experience In All Kinds Of Cases

Our attorneys have been serving the Bay Area for more than 35 years and have represented clients injured by dangerous property conditions. Such cases may involve:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Trip-and-fall accidents
  • Building code or safety code violations
  • Negligent security and assaults
  • Dog attacks
  • Swimming pool drownings
  • Unsafe playground equipment
  • Other dangerous conditions

You Have A Time Limit, So Act Now And Reverse The Damage Done By Dangerous Property Conditions

A statute of limitations applies to premises liability cases in California. This means that if you wait too long to file a personal injury claim, you will lose your right to do so. Take action today to seek the compensation you need.

Call Wells, Call, Clark, Bennett & Clawson at 707-426-5300, or email us for a free consultation. We represent clients in California and other western states.

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Stephen Schofield
Stephen SchofieldAttorney
Mr. Schofield brings a rich array of experience to Wells, Call, Clark, Bennett & Clawson. He exclusively represents plaintiffs in personal injury actions to help accident victims obtain appropriate compensation for their injuries.

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