Compensation for Victims of Property
If you have been injured as the result of a property owner’s negligence, you have the right to claim compensation for your financial losses and suffering. While on the surface they can seem straightforward, such cases can involve complex issues of fact and law. You should speak with an attorney experienced in premises liability cases.
Walker, Hamilton & Kearns, LLP has been representing victims of negligence in Northern California for more than 25 years. Our attorneys have a record of success in challenging premises liability cases, many of which have involved novel legal issues. We represent people who have been harmed by property owner negligence in cases involving:
- Assaults in hotels, on cruise ships and at other locations
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Falling merchandise in stores
- Broken stairways and handrails
- Accidents in health clubs and gyms
- Dog bites and animal accidents
- Accidents at recreational facilities
- Other premises liability cases
Providing Results-Oriented Representation
Our law firm obtained $1,000,000 for a senior citizen who suffered brain damage in a fall down the stairs of a theater.
When representing you, we will conduct a thorough investigation of all aspects of your case, examining issues of liability, insurance coverage, medical care and damages. We will document the negligence of the property owner or other parties and seek full compensation in settlement negotiations or at trial.
Experienced Government Liability Attorneys
Walker, Hamilton & Kearns, LLP has had notable successes in cases involving accidents on public property, bus stops and mass transit vehicles. We understand the legal issues in these cases and how to get results for our clients. If you have been injured as the result of governmental negligence, you have only a limited time to make a claim. Get legal help today.
Contact a Bay Area Dangerous Property Injury Lawyer
For a free consultation about a property owner negligence case, contact Walker, Hamilton & Kearns, LLP in San Francisco, California.
Premises liability case leading to $1,000,000 settlement for brain damage suffered by senior citizen in a fall down theater stairs.View Details
A dangerous condition on public property led to a $4,550,000 settlement for a motor vehicle accident victim at an intersection on Highway 101 in Monterey that CalTrans had been intending to replace for over 30 years.View Details
$3,890,000 verdict for developmentally disabled woman in Bonanno v. CCCTA, a Supreme Court case holding for the first time that a the location of a bus stop can constitute a dangerous condition of public property.View Details