Our Law firm is dedicated to defending the rights of tourists and vacationers injured in accidents while visiting Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, San Diego, Hollywood, and other destinations across California. Ever year millions of tourists travel to Southern California to visit tranquil beaches and enjoy the nightlife.
California has many tourist attractions including theme parks, Disney Land, Magic Mountain, Knott’s Berry Farm, Sea World, Zoos like the San Diego Zoo and the Los Angeles Zoo, Beaches, and resorts. Our Injury attorney are will aggressively fight for tourists and business travelers who suffer injuries while visiting Los Angeles.
Casino’s in the state of California are the scene of many serious injuries including slips and falls, nightclub fights and assaults, and bed bug infestations.
Under Federal Laws Native American Tribe maintain legal sovereignty over civil action which emanate from tribal lands. California Indian Casino’s which are situated on Tribal lands are immune from civil lawsuits including personal injury lawsuits which take place on their property.
Waiver of Immunity: However under the Tribal-State Gaming Compact Indian Tribal Casinos a limited waiver of Tribal Immunity regarding personal injury (tort actions) was agreed to between Indian Gaming Casinos and the State of California. Thus in most instances Tort claims including slip and falls, bodily injury, property damage and other personal injury lawsuits arising out of Indian Gaming Facilities can be brought against such enterprises.
If you have been injured while visiting Los Angeles we can help. Contact out Vacation injury Attorneys to schedule a free case evaluation.
Land owner liability varies greatly depending upon the classification of the victim. Victims of Slip and fall accidents fall into three categories.
Invitee: An invitee is owed the highest duty of care. They are any individual who is either expressly or impliedly invited to another person’s premises for their mutual benefit.
Licensee: Any individual who enters the premises at the owner or possessors consent for a non business or commercial purpose. The most common example is a social guest. In order to recover as a licensee, a victim must establish (all three):
Trespassers: Unlike an invitee or licensee, a trespasser enters premises without the property owner or possessor’s consent. Generally, no duty is owed to a trespasser. However, in situations where the possessor knows of potential trespassers, he or she must give reasonable warning for dangerous conditions, but only for artificial conditions, and only if the condition is not obvious.
Contact the Downtown LA Law firm today if you have suffered an injury at (855)385-2529 to receive a free case evaluation today!
Remember that it is crucial to act quickly after you’ve been injured to report any accident-injury claim before limitations can lower or extinguish your rightful claim. Call us for a free consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers regarding your accident.