Dangerous property conditions can cause scarring, disfigurement

The slip-and-fall case is something that Alameda residents may be well familiar with. Whether due to a slick sidewalk, parking lot or wet floor, this type of premises liability claim commonly involves compensation for broken bones, soft tissue damage, perhaps even head or brain injuries.

However, the professionals at the Law Offices of Leonard S. Becker, APC, have experience with a diverse array of premises liability accidents and the types of injuries that can result. Animal attacks, for example, may leave victims with severe scarring and disfigurement. The same is true of injuries caused by fires, electrical and chemical burns. Any of these injuries may be the result of a property owner's negligence.

It is important for victims with disfiguring injuries or scarring due to a premises liability accident to learn about their legal options as soon as possible. For example, plastic surgery may be able to help with a victim's recovery, but the window of opportunity to seek this kind of treatment often narrows as time passes. We want to make sure that you understand what options are available, and how we can help hold the property owner accountable for your losses. That includes seeking compensation for the measures involved in your physical recovery as well as what you have endured psychologically.

We at the Law Offices of Leonard S. Becker, APC, feel so strongly about this that if we do not win compensation for your scarring and disfigurement injuries, whether through a jury award or a settlement with an insurance company, we charge you no fees for representation. Free initial consultations are available to discuss how a premises liability suit could help protect your rights and win the compensation you deserve.

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