Business owners, landlords and homeowners generally have a duty to protect others from dangerous conditions on their property. When an owner creates a serious hazard that causes harm, our attorneys can evaluate and, if appropriate, pursue a claim.
Dangerous conditions can mean an unsafe construction zone or sidewalk, inadequate security, or any other safety violation or condition that poses a risk of injury to someone.
If you have been injured on another's property, it is important to have an Oregon attorney evaluate any claim you may have against the land owner, manager or landlord. The law provides strict deadlines for bringing injury, insurance and wrongful death claims. It is critical that you contact an attorney if you think that you may have a claim. An Oregon or Washington personal injury attorney based in Portland at Vangelisti Law Firm LLC can provide you a free consultation to discuss your injuries and legal rights with respect to a premises liability claim.
Under Oregon law, property owners and managers (including business owners, homeowners and property management) generally have a duty to protect others from dangerous conditions on their property in certain circumstances. Determining whether a claim is viable requires analysis of common law and, in some cases, regulatory, statutory, or industry-imposed standards of care. Our attorneys are licensed in Oregon and Washington, and are qualified to evaluate whether your injuries were the result of a safety violation or a property owner’s failure to protect you from a dangerous condition. Dangerous conditions may occur in many circumstances.
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Premises owners may also be held liable for the following hazards: failure to protect golf course workers from flying golf balls; a faulty carnival ride or fair ride such as a roller coaster or ferris wheel. Safety violations can also occur in the following locations: in a convention center, ski resort, snow park, amusement park, fairs and or carnival rides, parking garage, church, temple, mobile home, boat house, houseboat, exposition hall, railroad crossings, landfills etc. Our Oregon and Washington-licensed attorneys are qualified to evaluate claims in these areas. You may call or use our web form to make a confidential inquiry.
Claim: Hip fracture and related injuries resulting from fall over retail display
Defendant: Fred Meyer Stores, Inc. $866,250
Claim: Child burn injuries at restaurant
Defendant: Jin Wah, Inc.
Note: The filing amounts listed here and the results obtained depend upon the facts of each case.
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Our attorneys are licensed in Oregon and Washington, and serve people who have been hurt throughout the Pacific Northwest. The cities we serve include:
Albany, Ashland, Astoria, Beaverton, Bend, Corvallis, Eugene, Grants Pass, Gresham, Hermiston, Hillsboro, Hood River, Klamath Falls, La Grande, Lincoln City, McMinnville, Medford, Newport, Pendleton, Portland, Roseburg, Salem, The Dalles, and Tillamook.
Aberdeen, Bellingham, Everett,
Kennewick, Longview, Olympia,
Port Angeles, Seattle, Spokane,
Tacoma, Vancouver, Walla Walla, and Yakima.
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