Property Owner’s Negligence, Premises Liability Case, and Dog Bite Injury

A dangerous condition exists that the owner knew about (a broken stair, a foreign substance on the floor, or an icy sidewalk; or inadequate security on the premises) — or, the owner should have known of the condition because it was there long enough that steps should have been taken to fix it or adequately warn potential victims. Repairs were not made, cleaning was not done and insufficient warnings were provided, and then you or a loved one was injured as a result.

Accidents Resulting From Property Owner Negligence

Premises liability practice includes injuries occurring at hotels, grocery stores, office buildings, on streets and sidewalks, and at virtually every type of commercial business or residential location, including:

  • Tripping accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Construction-related accidents
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Assaults in parking garages, stairwells, poorly-lit areas and hotels
  • case involving mauling or attacking by dog


Attorney Brian J. Morgan has extensive experience handling a wide range of premises liability claims, including those arising from defective property conditions, inadequate security and dog attacks. He handles civil litigation in San Bernardino county, Riverside and Los Angeles area. Mr. Morgan serves clients in High Desert area - Apple Valley, Victorville, Hesperia, Phelan, Lucerne Valley; Barstow and its surrounding communities - Newberry Springs and Yermo.


Morgan Law Firm takes every case that we do accept that much more seriously. Our firm work closely with investigators and other professionals as needed in preparing each case to win at trial from the very start.

Defective Property Accidents - Apple Valley, CA - Morgan Law Firm


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