Involved in an incident on

Someone else's property

Understanding what comes next

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What to do if you are in a Bicycle Accident

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Cycling has been increasing in popularity for many years.  In most every major city more and more people are using bicycles to commute to work, exercise, and tour the area.  And while most motorists are mindful of cyclists around them, accidents still happen far too often.  Unfortunately, when a bicycle accident occurs and involves a…

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How do I file a personal injury lawsuit?

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Choosing whether or not to file a personal injury lawsuit is a big decision. There is a lot to consider and making a prudent decision is of paramount importance. So how do you decide if filing a personal injury lawsuit is right for you? What factors should you consider when thinking about filing a lawsuit?…

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How to Pick a Personal Injury Lawyer | 5 Tips from Torero Law

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When it comes time to pick a personal injury lawyer there are a number of things to consider. What will it cost? Where should you attorney be located? How long will the entire process take?  Add in the stress of actually being in a position to need a personal injury attorney and the whole process can…

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Were you hurt on someone else’s property ?

Property owners have a rightful duty to provide well-maintained areas when having lawful visitors on their property. Hosting others on an ill-maintained property may lead to injuries in which the owner will be liable. When a property owner does not take care of their property and someone gets hurt, they may be faced with a premises liability claim. Our attorneys do their best to get our clients compensated for medical expenses and damages caused by these accidents.



California provides certain codes and regulations that properties must adhere to. Hosting property in unsafe conditions and avoiding necessary repairs can lead to major disasters for the property owners. By failing to honor these codes, property owners are putting themselves at risk of receiving a premises liability claim. When our clients have been hurt on someone else’s property, we use our resources to find who was at fault for the incident to determine who is liable for the expenses resulting from these injuries.



  • Wet floors
  • Broken floorboards or staircase
  • Protruding objects causing a person to trip and fall
  • Ill-maintained mechanical utilities
  • Poor lighting causing person to fall or run into objects
  • Loose fixtures falling off walls and ceilings

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