People go to restaurants for many reasons, including a lunch meeting at the greasy spoon or eating dinner with the family. You may be attending a special event at a fine dining establishment for a special occasion at your favorite hideaway.
We can think of many good reasons to travel to our favorite eatery. But our Los Angeles restaurant injury attorneys have seen many things go wrong, turning an innocent meal into a permanent disability or even a death sentence.
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Topping the list of restaurant injuries in Los Angeles County include:
Our top-notch Los Angeles premises liability attorneys have assisted in all types of eatery injuries causing other types of harm. We understand you will experience pain, suffering, medical bills, and lost wages. We want to help restaurant patrons receive compensation. We will help anyone expecting to have an enjoyable meal or glass of wine which got hurt instead.
Ehline Law Firm has experience in suing dining facilities. With our outstanding record of prevailing in and out of court, we are second to no one in motivation and desire to win you big money for your injury cases.
We have assisted thousands of California injury victims with their insurance claims, recovering over $100 Million for satisfied clients. We have lawyers in Northern, Central, and Southern California. Ehline Law FIrm maintains over 15 law offices and meeting places to assist you locally.
One of our nearby local civil law attorneys will give you a free case review and a listen to your side of the story. Our compassionate lawyers offer potential new clients and customers free legal advice.
We have been helping injured California consumers for over 15 years and are recognized by major news publications like CNN and Newsweek. Our main goal is getting you a large insurance settlement or jury award if attorney-adjustor negotiations remain unfruitful.
If the owner does not meet these standards of making the restaurant areas safe where patrons and employees can be expected to go in the building, the owner can be held liable.
The owner who wants to avoid being negligent in this duty is required to:
When restaurant patrons receive a negligently caused injury on or off the premises, the owner can be held liable for negligence. California law requires you to prove the business owner or controller had actual or constructive notice of the dangers that injured you.
You can file a lawsuit when owners fail to act or act carelessly. Anytime a landlord or restaurant manager allows dangers on their property, they violate their duty of reasonable safe care when patrons or employees suffer resulting injuries.
The business is liable for actions for having created an unreasonable risk, unforeseen and unavoidable by unknowing visitors. However, the restaurant owner will not face liability for open and obvious dangers, since the hazardous condition is so visible that all people entering the establishment should notice dangers presented.
And this defect must not have existed long enough for the owner to discover or correct the danger.
But a duty could arise when it creates a hazard for patrons walking on the carpet and the area. So the danger should be marked upon discovery to warn the customers of the dangerous risk.
Otherwise, your money recovery may be limited for:
The restaurant owner can be held responsible when their lack of actions harms a customer or employee.
The employer is responsible for the employees’ actions on the premises.
The other side of this is, if a third party assaults the customer, then the owner cannot be held responsible for another patron’s actions in some cases, such as the negligent provision of security.
True. Unless the owner witnesses the event or becomes aware the situation could escalate and does nothing to correct it, they have no legal fault.
When an individual suffers harm or gets hurt while eating, drinking, or walking through a restaurant after consuming their meal, they will need experienced legal counsel. If you are a restaurant injury victim, you will find it prudent to immediately consult a restaurant injury lawyer at Ehline Law Firm. When you speak with our qualified legal professionals, you can discover whether you have a claim worthy of suing over.
You may determine you don’t want to pay a contingency fee and head to a small claims court. Our job is to help you make a fully informed decision. Our expert negligence law attorneys will show you the risks versus benefits of filing your insurance claim in Superior Court.
After our compassionate, caring staff has fully informed you of everything and listened to your complaints, we will huddle up and explain things in layman’s terms.
The superior Ehline Law Firm lawyers in California have expertise in this law area; they are skilled negotiators and litigators who can help settle or try your case. We encourage you to contact our law firm today for a free consultation to learn your rights and how to proceed with your claim by picking up your phone and dialing (213) 596-9642. If victims want even prompter service from a Los Angeles injury attorney, we encourage them to fill out our online contact form.
After you contact us, we will attentively hear your problem and creatively try and resolve your situation with free legal advice. If you want to receive maximum compensation, our charismatic staff is ready to help you win big!
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