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El Cajon Home Depot Accident Lawyer

Home improvement type stores have gained immense popularity with the public in general over the last decade. Stores such as Lowes and Home Depot offer a myriad of different products to would be do-it-yourselfers. Typically these stores are just giant warehouses with vast aisles of products, many of which tower above shoppers. The grim truth is, however, that these giant stores all too often are the source for serious personal injury. Employees traverse the sales floor on forklifts, people are getting products off tall shelves on ladders, and the garden center in Home Depot almost always has a wet floor. All of these potential hazards, and more, have the ability to cause immense personal injury.

If you or someone close to you has been suffered personal injury in a Home Depot store, speak with an experienced San Diego Home Depot Accident Lawyer Howard Kitay right away.

Premises Liability

Home Depot accidents fall into a category of law known as premises liability. This form of liability can hold a business owner accountable if a person suffers personal injury or death while on their property. There are, however, stipulations that must be met in order to make a successful claim. It must be shown that the environment of the store was the direct causation for injury. Additionally, it must also be shown that the store permitted such a condition to exist and failed to properly address it. Essentially, when trying to prove that the business owner was responsible, the victim needs to show that:

  • Home Depot knew they had a dangerous condition and failed to rectify it
  • Home Depot employees or the store created the hazard which caused injury
  • Home Depot should have taken proper measures or posted signage indicating a hazard existed

Under California state law, property owners are not allowed to have a dangerous condition exist without doing anything to correct it. If they do, and a person suffers injury, then the victim may seek a claim of personal injury against them under the premises liability laws. Some examples of employee negligence and unsafe conditions which lead to San Diego Home Depot accidents include:

  • Unmarked wet or slippery floors
  • Sawdust left to accumulate on a floor, causing a slip and fall
  • Forklift operator negligence (either not certified or other negligence)
  • Improperly secured overhead items
  • Failure to maintain a clean sales floor (most businesses must log a “sweep sheet” every 30mins)

Seek Compensation

After you or a loved one experience a Home Depot accident, you’ll want the best legal representation possible in order to be fully compensated for the damages that you and your family have incurred. Home Depot accidents can potentially leave victims with catastrophic, life changing injuries — you and your family will need a compensation figure that can last a lifetime. The seasoned San Diego Home Depot accident attorneys at the Law Office of Howard Kitay are here to offer you their professional services in this hard time. With over two decades of extensive litigation experience, top personal injury attorney Kitay has the skills needed to make your case a success. Over the years our firm has helped our clients recover millions of dollars in compensation. This fact alone illustrates that we are serious about seeking justice for our injured clients.

At the Law Office of Howard Kitay, our policy is that if we don’t win your case, you won’t pay anything. Contact us today at 619-442-0542 to set up a free no-hassle, no-fee consultation. Alternatively, you can file a free case report via e-mail and we will get back to you promptly.

You may be entitled to extensive compensation for you or a loved one’s injury or loss. We are here to help, please call or contact us today.

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El Cajon, CA 92020
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