Dangerous Condition 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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