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7- Eleven Store Premise Liability Incident Lawyers

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7-Eleven is an international chain of convenience stores that operates, franchises, and licenses a total of 71,000 locations in 17 countries (as of July 2020). 7-Eleven is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Depending on where you live, you might be familiar with many different 7-Eleven stores in your area. In the U.S. alone, there are approximately 7,854 7-Eleven stores (as of late 2018). In California, there are 1,783 7-Eleven locations.

In California, the cities with the most store locations include Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Jose; these cities have 122 stores, 91 stores, and 58 stores respectively. Other Californian cities with more 7-11 stores that most include the following: Bakersfield, Fresno, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Inglewood, Long Beach, San Bernardino, Santa Ana, Torrance, Van Nuys, and Westminster, for instance.

Without a doubt, 7-11 stores are convenient – they allow us access to a number of goods without having to go too far from wherever we might be. However, these stores can also be dangerous to the public, specifically due to the likelihood of individuals suffering incidents on the premises. Did you suffer an incident while your were on the premises of a 7-11 location in California? If so, you might have suffered a number of significant injuries.

If you suffered an incident at a 7-Eleven location that resulted in harm, you might have grounds to pursue a claim. Specifically, you might have grounds to file a premise liability claim. If you would like to learn more about your right to pursue a store injury lawsuit, you should seek legal assistance with the experts at our firm as soon as possible. Regardless of the specific city in which your 7-Eleven incident occurred, you can trust that our lawyers are ready to provide you with the representation and guidance necessary to successfully pursue your premise liability lawsuit.

Would you like to learn more about your right to file premise liability claim for the harm that you suffered on the premises of a 7-Eleven location? If so, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance with the experts at our firm as soon as possible. At Kenmore Law Group, our premise liability lawyers are ready to provide you with the guidance that you need to pursue your claim against 7-Eleven and hold the negligent party or entity accountable for the harm that you or a member of your family suffered on the store premises. If you would like to discuss your claim with the premise liability lawyers at our firm, contact us as soon as possible.

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Different Types of Premise Liability Incidents

At any time that you enter a 7-11 store location, you could potentially suffer an incident that could lead to significant harm. There are a number of incidents that unsuspecting parties could experience on the premises of 7-Eleven stores. Some of these incidents are further discussed below:

  • Slip and fall incidents: slip and fall accidents are among the most common types of premise liability claims. They can occur any time that someone walks onto the premises of a store. There are many hazards that could contribute to slip and fall accidents on the premises of a store, including but not limited to leaks, wet floors, slippery surfaces, spilled products, recently mopped floors, recently waxed floors, and littered floors, for example. These hazards could all contribute to slip and fall accidents.
  • Trip and fall incidents: trip and fall accidents are also common types of accidents that could occur on the premises of a store. They are also associated with hazards on the floor throughout a premise. Some of the hazards that could lead to trip and fall accidents include torn carpeting, misplaced floor mats, misplaced weather mats, exposed wiring, product packaging on the floor blocking walkways, uneven flooring, uneven concrete, broken concrete, uneven sidewalks, and potholes in the parking lot, for example. These hazards could all contribute to trip and fall accidents.
  • Falling object incidents: many stores have displays and signs set up at high elevations, normally to increase visibility. Unfortunately, objects placed at high elevations can fall at any time, especially if they are incorrectly stored or installed. Common falling objects include signs, which are often large and heavy. Signs as wel as other objects can fall and strike unsuspecting parties as they are simply walking by or standing nearby.
  • Sexual assault incidents: sexual assault incidents can occur on any premise, as long as there is someone with ill intentions who sees an opportunity to attack. Unsuspecting victims can be attacked while inside the store, walking into the store, walking out of the store, or while in the parking lot going to/from a car. Some of the hazards that could contribute to these attacks include poorly lit areas and lack of security.
  • Assault and battery incidents: assault and battery incidents can also occur on any premise given that there is a person or a group with malicious intent against another person or group. Some hazards that could increase the risk of assault and battery incidents include poor lighting, lack of security, and blocked off areas, for instance.

Without a doubt, the incidents mentioned above could result in significant harm. Some of the injuries that innocent victims could suffer include some of the following: head injuries; brain injuries; neck and back injuries; spinal cord injuries; fractures; joint injuries (including knee, hip, and shoulder injuries); crushing injuries; sprains and strains; ligament damage; nerve damage; torn muscles; lacerations; scrapes and bruises; mental and emotional harm (such as anxiety, PTSD, and depression, for example).

Regardless of the specific harm that you or a member of your family suffered in a 7-11 store incident, you might have grounds to take legal action for the harm suffered. If you would like to explore your right to pursue a claim, do not hesitate to contact the experts at our firm as soon as possible. Our lawyers will help you better understand your right to pursue a premise liability claim against 7-Eleven.

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Can you sue if you experienced an incident at a 7-11 location that resulted in harm? Based on the facts surrounding the incident and the harm suffered, you might be eligible to pursue a claim. Specifically, you could pursue a premise liability claim; of course, your right to sue will be based on the concept of premise liability.

What is premise liability? Based on premise liability, property owners owe their guests a duty of care; more specifically, property owners have a duty to ensure that their premises are free of any risks that could contribute to incidents. What does this mean? Property owners must thoroughly inspect their premises to ensure that there are no hazards that could harm guests; if any hazards are identified, they must quickly address them to ensure that guests are not harmed.

Although property owners have this duty of care towards their guests, they can fail to exercise their duty of care and instead breach their duty of care. They can fail to identify and address the risks present throughout their premises, putting unsuspecting guests at risk of suffering harm. When a breached duty of care directly leads to an incident, the property owner could be liable; after all, the property owner should have addressed the risks present on the premises before any incidents occurred.

In other words, property owners could be liable for all the incidents that occur on their premises, including but not limited to slip and fall incidents, trip and fall incidents, falling object incidents, sexual assault incidents, and assault and battery incidents, for instance. Property owners could take measures to prevent all these incidents from occurring on their premises.

Would you like to learn more about premise liability and your right to pursue a claim? If so, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance with the 7-11 store premise liability attorneys at our firm as soon as possible. The lawyers at Kenmore Law Group are ready to provide you with the guidance that you need to purse your premise liability claim.

What Should Victims Do?

Did you or a member of your family experience a premise liability incident in a 7-Eleven store that resulted in harm? If so, you might be eligible to pursue a claim based on the concept of premise liability, as explained above. However, there are a number of things that you should do to ensure that you can pursue a claim against the at fault store owner. What should you do? Consider some of the recommendations listed below:

  • Photograph the physical injuries associated with the incident
  • Seek medical attention for all injuries as soon as possible (even if you do not believe your injuries are serious)
  • Photograph the entire scene of the accident (if possible, before the hazard that caused the incident is addressed)
  • Make a written report of the incident to store management as well as the store owner (take note of all the parties with which you speak)
  • Request a copy of the report
  • Report the incident to the appropriate authorities
  • Gather any video footage (such as store surveillance footage) that might have captured the incident
  • Speak to any witnesses and collect their testimonies (gather their contact information for later reference)
  • Gather all medical records associated with the harm resulting from the incident
  • Collect records of lost earnings and/or property damage associated with the incident
  • Seek the expertise of a premise liability lawyer as soon as possible

If you are interested in learning more about the steps that you should take to ensure that you gather the tools necessary to pursue your claim, do not hesitate to seek legal assistance with the experts at our firm as soon as possible. Our premise liability lawyers will guide you every step of the way.

The Potential Recovery of Compensation

Based on the details surrounding your premise liability claim, you could be eligible to recover compensation for the harm that you or a member of your family suffered. In other words, you and your family might be eligible to receive compensation for the harm resulting from a 7-Eleven incident. How much compensation could you be eligible to recover? What type of compensation could be awarded? The type and amount of compensation available for your claim could include the following:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Property damage
  • Loss of consortium
  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Punitive damages

Because the type and amount of compensation that you could recover depends strictly on the details surrounding your claim, it is essential that you speak with an experienced premise liability lawyer. When you allow the experts at our firm to handle your claim, you can trust that there will always be someone representing your best interests – your right to recover the highest amount of compensation available for your premise liability claim.

For more information about the compensation that you could be eligible to receive if your premise liability claim against 7-11 is successful, do not hesitate to contact the experts at our firm as soon as possible.

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The Statute of Limitations

To preserve your right to file your premise liability claim, you must act promptly to ensure that you file your claim on time. All claims, including premise liability claims, are subject to a statute of limitations – which determines the total length of time that claimants have to sue. If claimants do not pursue their claims within the time allowed by the statute of limitations, they could lose their right to sue entirely. Because of the risk of losing the right to sue, claimants should have a thorough understanding of the deadline that applies to their claims.

What deadline applies to your premise liability claim? In California, premise liability claims are normally subject to a two-year statute of limitations, which gives claimants only two years to file their claims. Although this deadline applies, exception to the deadline could also apply (exceptions will be strictly based on the details surrounding the claim). Exceptions could toll or pause the time that claimants have to sue. To ensure that you have a better understanding of the deadline that applies to your claim and the time that you have to sue, contact the experts at our firm today.

Contact Kenmore Law Group

At Kenmore Law Group, we understand that it could be difficult to access the legal services necessary to hold the at-fault parties or entity accountable that you or a member of your family suffered in a 7-Eleven incident; therefore, our experts are dedicated to remaining accessible to all. Our firm offers free legal services, which includes both free consultations and free second opinions. During these free legal services, our lawyers will be available to answer all your questions and address all your concerns – providing you with the guidance necessary to start or continue your 7-11 premise liability claim. If you are ready to discuss your claim with the experts at our firm, contact us today.

We offer a Zero-Fee guarantee which ensure that our clients will not be required to pay any upfront costs for our legal services. Our firm is also based on contingency, meaning that our clients will not be required to pay any legal expenses until after reaching a successful claim outcome – if you do not win, you will not be responsible for paying anything whatsoever.

If you are ready to speak with our premise liability lawyers, contact our firm today.

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