Bracamontes & Vlasak, P.C.
San Francisco Office
220 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
1901 Harrison Street
Oakland, CA 94612
San Francisco Personal Injury
In general, the law requires property owners or managers to take steps to ensure the safety of the premises for their customers, tenants or guests. When people are invited into a store or apartment building and suffer an injury, the owners or managers can be liable for the injuries.
The San Francisco law firm of Bracamontes & Vlasak, P.C., seeks financial compensation for the damages people suffer due to the negligence of property owners. If your accident was caused by a safety hazard or neglected maintenance or lax security, we will pursue full and fair compensation for your pain and suffering, medical bills, lost income and other damages.
Our experienced personal injury attorneys handle premises liability cases in the Bay Area communities and surrounding counties of Northern California. We have obtained notable recoveries in a wide range of cases, including:
There are various categories of damages to which you may be entitled depending upon the specifics of your unique case. Our attorneys are experienced recovering compensation that ranges from the cost of medical care to pain and suffering.
Premises liability cases frequently involve property that an owner has failed to maintain, where dangerous conditions have resulted in injury. Your interests are best served by contacting one of our attorneys as soon as you can after an accident. This allows us to begin our research and investigation while the conditions are still as you encountered them. Once we are involved, we will take responsibility for important tasks like interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence of the dangerous condition.
Our attorneys are knowledgeable about how California handles relevant issues including premises liability law, building codes, and health and safety regulations. As skilled negotiators, our attorneys can often resolve your case without litigation. However, we are experienced as courtroom advocates when a trial is necessary.
There is a six-month statute of limitations to bring claims against a public entity. Even in claims against a commercial business or landlord, you should seek an attorney right away.
Every case is assigned to one of our partners, plus an associate. This assures that you are working with an experienced attorney who is qualified to represent your interests. Contact us online or call us toll free at 415.835.6777 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers.
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