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Premises liability in California refers to the legal responsibility of property owners to ensure that their premises are reasonably safe for visitors and occupants. Property owners have a duty to maintain their property and take reasonable measures to prevent accidents and injuries. If someone is injured on a property due to negligence, the property owner may be held liable for the resulting damages. To establish liability, the injured person must show that the property owner knew or should have known about the dangerous condition and failed to take reasonable steps to address it. California law also recognizes the legal concept of comparative negligence, which means that the injured person's own negligence may reduce the amount of compensation they are entitled to. If you’ve suffered an injury on another person’s property, the Law Offices of Garret A. Lungin can give you the representation that you need, and the compensation you deserve.