Dangerous Conditions of Public Property
Injured in San Francisco?
Dangerous conditions that exist on public property are the responsibility
of city and state governments. As such, if these conditions are not properly
attended to, any accident, injury, or death that results will fall on
the city or state government.
Assuming the property had a foreseeable risk, and that the property was
used in due care by the victim, legal action can be taken for any resulting
accident. This law is applicable to accidents that occur at:
- Concert halls
- School yards
- Public parks
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Backed by more than a 100 years of combined legal experience, our team
of attorneys is well-versed in all matters of personal injury law, particularly
those concerning dangerous conditions of public property. In fact, some
of our most significant case results have been connected to cases involving
claims of dangerous conditions of public property.
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to the representation that we provide to our clients. At every stage of
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When you choose our legal team for your case, you will have professionals
on your side who are:
- Members of the American College of Trial lawyers
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- Members of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers
Members of our legal team are involved in some of the nation's most
prestigious legal associations. We have dedicated ourselves to providing
our clients with outstanding representation, which includes our activities
outside of the courtroom. It is for precisely this reason that we are
consistently recognized in the legal field and why we have earned awards
and nominations such as Consumer Attorneys of California, San Francisco
Trial Lawyers Association, and
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