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Proving fault (who is responsible) for a San Diego County Slip and Fall Case? Under California law, many times it can be difficult in proving who is at fault for slip and fall accidents.
Liability in California Slip and Fall Cases | "Should Have Known" standard Since property owners are pretty good about the upkeep on their premises, the first situation is often the one that is litigated in slip and fall accidents.
San Diego Slip and Fall Cases In California, comparative fault principles applies to the person who was injured in a slip and fall or trip and fall incident.
What is "Actual Notice" when it comes to fault or liability for a Slip/Trip and Fall? If the plaintiff (injured party) can establish that the defendant actually knew of the dangerous condition, "notice" can be easily shown as "actual."