Do I really need an office building accident/premises liability lawyer?
YES.. The insurance companies employ experienced claims adjusters to settle your case for as little as possible. Their bonuses are based on tricking you into an unfair settlement as quickly as possible. Let’s face it, after an accident, many people are upset, injured, in pain, on medication, without a vehicle, and want their life back to normal as quickly as possible. The insurance adjusters know this and prey on it. Do not talk to them! You need an attorney to represent YOUR interests and make sure you are protected now and in the future. And, at the end of the case, you want to make sure your attorney gets you the maximum settlement value for your damages. The Law Offices of Howard Kitay will handle all aspects of your case, and get you the settlement you deserve, while you concentrate on getting better.
Can I afford an office building accident/premises liability lawyer?
YES. At the Law Offices of Howard Kitay, you owe NO FEE UNTIL YOU COLLECT. We advance all costs, and there is never a fee until you are compensated for your injuries, at the end of the case. You pay nothing upfront, and you pay nothing until you collect. If there is no recovery, you pay nothing.
Don’t settle for less.
The best possible result is our goal in every case. We work for YOU, NOT the insurance companies. There is never a fee until we win your case, and then you pay us a percentage of the amount we recover for you. There is no charge for a case evaluation. We serve clients in Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, Del Mar, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Imperial Beach, La Mesa, Lemon Grove , National City, Oceanside, Poway, San Diego, San Marcos, Santee, Solana Beach and Vista.
Our offices are conveniently located in El Cajon, Mission Valley, and Chula Vista.
To schedule a Free Consultation, please call (619) 442-0542. We are available to speak with you every day, 24/7.
Who is responsible for my injuries in an office building accident?
Office buildings are serviced, managed, and maintained by professional property management companies. These companies must follow laws and regulations that make office buildings safe for everyone. Unfortunately, these rules are not always followed and accidents and injuries sometimes result. If you have been injured in an office building accident anywhere in San Diego County, get immediate medical care and then hire one of our San Diego office building accident lawyers. At the Law Offices of Howard Kitay, we specialize in office building accident cases, and we know how to win.
Office Building Accidents take all forms.
Here are just a few:
- Inadequate lighting
- Inadequate signage indicating a hazardous area
- Slippery floors
- Staircase or stairwell accidents
- Negligent security
- Parking lot car accidents
- Restroom accidents
Sometimes, more than one party is responsible for your injuries. Defendants in office building accidents may include building owners, cleaning companies, contractors, vendors, management companies, and others. At the Law Offices of Howard Kitay, we have twenty-five years of experience dealing with office building accidents, and we know how to win.
What do I do first?
GET MEDICAL TREATMENT IMMEDIATELY
Any DELAY in getting treatment will be used by the insurance company to show you were not very injured, and instead sought treatment just to bring a “legal case.” If you don’t have health insurance or enough money to see a doctor, we can assist you in getting a qualified doctor right away; we can arrange for the doctor to wait for payment until the end of your case. After you start treatment, any GAP in treatment will be used by the insurance company to show you were not very injured, and instead sought treatment just to bring a “legal case.” At this point, you might see a theme. Insurance companies will say your injury was your own fault and you are exaggerating whatever injuries you really have.
How do I prove my injuries?
The best way to prove your injuries is to treat them with a doctor and tell the doctor everything that is bothering you. The doctor will record your complaints in the medical record, which documents and helps prove your injuries.