Next Door Restaurants is located at 7475 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 (in the Beverly-Grove area). It is a popular restaurant that offers a menu based on modern Israeli cuisine, which many of us know as Mediterranean food. It is a traditional dine-in restaurant that is often full of hungry patrons.
Unfortunately, this restaurant, like many other popular restaurants, is often the scene of personal injury accidents, like slip and falls, trip and falls, and more. If you or a loved one were injured in an accident on the premises of Next Door, you could have grounds to file a lawsuit and recover compensation. For more information about the legal options available to you and your family, contact the Downtown L.A. Law Group today.
Here at our law firm, our lawyers have decades of experience in personal injury law and are ready to go above it all to fight for your rights and help you recover the settlement that you are owed. Our team is not afraid to take on Next Door to fight for your rights and secure a fair recovery for your injury claim. If you are ready to speak with our injury lawyers, contact us today.
Examples of Possible Incidents at Next Door Restaurant
There are many different incidents that can occur at Next Door and other restaurants. Some examples of these incidents include the following:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Trip and fall accidents
- Falling object incidents
- Assault and battery
- Security guard assault
- Sexual assault incidents
- Parking lot incidents (including pedestrian accidents and car accidents)
All of these incidents can occur due to different hazards. Examples of the hazards include wet floors, slippery surfaces, exposed wiring, broken tiles, uneven floors, poorly installed shelves, loose ceiling fans or light fixtures, a lack of security, poorly lit areas, isolated areas, a lack of speed limit signage/enforcement in parking lots, etc.
Of course, all of these incidents could result in injuries.
Possible Injuries Sustained on the Next Door Premises
Some of the injuries that victims can suffer include the following:
- Head injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Neck injuries
- Back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Knee injuries
- Hip injuries
- Pelvic injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Scrapes and bruises
Although these injuries might seem to be only minor, the truth is that these injuries can range in severity. These injuries can require extensive medical care and can sometimes even be fatal.
It is also important to note that, in addition to physical injuries, victims can suffer mental and emotional harm as a direct result of their accidents. More specifically, victims can suffer from post-traumatic stress, panic, anxiety, depression, etc.
Can I Sue the Owners of Next Door Restaurant?
This is perhaps the most important question that a victim can ask. The answer to this question ultimately depends on the details surrounding the incident. For instance, if the injured person directly caused his or her accident, then there might be no right to sue. However, if the incident occurred due to the negligence of property owner, then victims could sue. This is based on the concept of premise liability, in which property owners have a duty to keep their premises free of hazards or dangerous conditions (even those presented by employees, security guards, patrons, and any other person that might enter the premises).
For more information about your right to sue, we recommend that you contact the experts here at our law firm immediately.
Can I Recover Compensation?
Yes – you can be eligible to recover compensation for the harm that you or a loved one suffered in an accident at Next Door Restaurant. What could you recover? What type of compensation is available for recovery? These are all important questions, and questions that we get often.
The categories of compensation available for recovery include the following:
- Medical expenses
- Lost income
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Funeral and burial costs
- Punitive damages
- Legal costs
Here at our law firm, our team is committed to helping you recover the highest payout available – whether we have to negotiate a settlement or file your claim in court to get a verdict. You might have a number of questions about the amount of compensation that you could be entitled to receive and the time that it could take to reach a settlement. Case values can vary significantly from case to case. These can be worth anywhere from $100,000 to $1.5 million, and sometimes even more. Here at our law firm, our team is committed to settling these cases within a reasonable length of time – usually within six to eight months. Even when cases take longer to settle, we always aim to reach a settlement in under two years to ensure that our clients are not left waiting too long for their cases to resolve.
If you have any other questions about this topic, please do not hesitate to contact the experts here at our law firm at your earliest convenience.
What Should I Do?
If you or a member of your family were involved in an incident at Next Door Restaurant, you could certainly have the right to sue and recover compensation, as discussed above. What should you do? Consider some of the recommendations listed below:
- Take photos of all visible injuries
- Take photos of the scene of the accident
- Take photos of the hazard that caused the accident
- Report the incident to an employee, to management, and to the property owner
- Gather any surveillance footage that captured the incident
- Speak to witnesses and collect their contact information
- Gather all relevant medical records
- Gather all records relevant lost income
- Seek legal assistance as soon as possible
If you are ever unsure of what you should do next, contact us today. Our injury lawyers are ready to go above it all to guide you every step of the way.
How Long Do I Have to Sue?
This is one of the most important questions that can be asked. All claims are subject to a statute of limitations – or in other words, a deadline to sue. The statute of limitations establishes the total time that claimants have to pursue their claims; if they do not file their claims on time, they simply lose their right to sue. So, how long do you have to pursue your claim? In the state of California, all personal injury claims (and wrongful death claims) are subject to a two-year statute of limitations, meaning that claimants only have two years to file their claims. For more information about the total length of time that applies to your claim, contact us at your earliest convenience. Do not hestiate to pursue your claim, as doing so could ultimately result in missing the filing deadline.
Contact the Downtown L.A. Law Group Today
Were you injured during your time at Next Door Restaurant? If so, you could have the right to sue and recover compensation. Regardless of the specific incident that resulted in your injuries, it is important that you seek legal assistance with the experts here at our law firm immediately. Here at the Downtown L.A. Law Group, our personal injury lawyers are more than ready to provide you with the guidance that you need to pursue your claim and fight for your rights. Our lawyers have decades of experience and can take care of your case against any property owner after a personal injury accident.
We are committed to making the legal process as simple as possible for all affected parties. We are very proud to offer free legal services. These include free consultations and free second opinions. During these free legal services, our injury lawyers will be available to answer all your questions, address all your concerns, and provide you with all the information that you need to begin or continue your claim. Yes – we can help even if you have already started the legal process elsewhere. If you are ready to benefit from a free consultation or a free second opinion, contact us today.
Our Zero-Fee guarantee ensures that our clients will never have to worry about having to pay any upfront legal fees for any of our legal services. This means that you will never be required to pay anything to speak with our attorneys. In addition, our team works on a contingency structure; therefore, our clients will not be required to pay anything unless their claims are successful. If you do not win, you will not have to pay anything at all.
Contact us today to speak with our Next Door restaurant injury lawsuit lawyers.