Low, Ball & Lynch has a broad background in premises liability, having represented many owners of shopping centers, apartment complexes, grocery stores, restaurants, bars, clubs and other establishments. The firm has been privileged to represent entities such as CVS Pharmacy, Levy Restaurants, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (SFBARTD), The Hearst Corporation, Hearst Communications, Inc., the San Francisco Chronicle and various entities via insurance companies, as well as third-party administrators including Midlands, Gallagher Bassett, Arch Insurance, Berkeley Risk, Scottsdale, Nationwide, Cunningham Lindsey, London Market Carriers, NIAC, Travelers, York Risk Services, Chartis, Lexington, 99 Cents Only Stores and Granite State. We also represent many cities and other public entities in similar matters.
We are familiar with the differing needs and goals of property owners and business operators. Low, Ball & Lynch has successfully resolved hundreds of such cases through mediation and settlement conferences and has achieved many successes at trial. We are also well-versed in indemnity and additional insured issues and have successfully tendered many matters to other parties and insurers.
Low, Ball & Lynch cases involving injuries ranging from soft-tissue complaints to those involving catastrophic injuries or death. We also have a wide range of experience using medical experts as well as experts in premises liability, safety, vocational rehabilitation and economics. We are constantly attuned to the ever-changing rules on damages.
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Christine Balbo Reed
Guy W. Stilson
Charles S. Redfield
Catherine E. Golden
- Shopping centers & apartment complexes
- Grocery stores, restaurants & bars
- Cities and public entities
- Mediation and settlement