Floor and Balcony collapses can lead to disastrous consequences for individuals residing in homes, construction site workers, and persons frequenting commercial building such as offices, restaurants, shopping malls, super markets, manufacturing facilities. Such accidents can lead to catastrophic injuries leading to expensive medical bills, loss of earnings, and permanent disability. Common Injuries associated with Floor and Balcony Collapse is as follows:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Traumatic Eye injuries leading to partial or complete blindness
- Fractured Vertebrae
- Facial Laceration
- Skull Fractures
- Broken Noses
- Broke Hands and Arms
- Broken Pelvis
- Permanent Disfigurement
- Other Permanent disabilities
- Floor Collapse Fatalities prompting Wrongful Death Claims
If you have sustained any of the above injuries due to a Floor collapse in a private home construction site or a commercial building contact our property owner liability attorneys. Common Causes of a Floor Collapse are as follows:
- Structural Collapse
- Improper Construction
- Improper Building Design
- Building Code Violations
- Failure to maintain property
- Leaking Pipes on the Floor
- Construction modifications
- Placement of excess weight on the Floor
- Attachment of excessive load or collateral load on the floor
- Placement of Air-conditioning system without proper Floor accommodations
- Building fires
Premise Liability: Property Owner Liability for your Floor Collapse Injuries Land owner or possessors liability varies greatly depending upon the classification of the victim. Generally, all visitors fall into one of 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.
- The owner or possessor knew or should have known of the dangerous condition, and should have known that it created an unreasonable risk of harm, and likewise should have known that the plaintiff would fail to discover the dangerous condition
- The owner or possessor did not make the condition safe or failed to warn the licensee of the condition
- The licensee did not know of the dangerous condition or the risks involved.
Our balcony and Floor collapse lawyers are here to help you receive compensation for your loss. Our aggressive and tenacious legal teal will keep on the offensive until they make sure you have been fully compensated for your injuries and vindicated for your loss. You can attain compensation for
- Medical Bills
- Hospital Stay
- Future medical and prescription bills
- Loss of wages
- Loss of future earning
- Pain and Suffering
- Property Damage
We won’t hesitate to go to trial and take on property owners, contractors, liable third parties and their insurance carriers’ so that your rights are protected. We will take care of every legal detail and make sure you achieve the highest compensation possible for your loss; in the meantime, concentrate on the most important part of this process – your recovery. Contact the Downtown LA Law firm today if you have suffered an injury at (855) 339-8879 to receive a free case evaluation today!
Remember: It is crucial to act quickly after you’ve been injured to report any accident-injury before any limitations can lower or extinguish your rightful recovery. Call us for a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys.