Government/Public Entity Liability

At Burch & Cracchiolo, we have a long history of defending cities, counties, school districts, and risk sharing authorities against claims by constituents and others in a wide variety of matters, including claims alleging that there is a dangerous condition of public property; claims of slander, defamation, retaliation and harassment; accident claims involving vehicles owned by the public entity; dangerous roadway and road design claims; inverse condemnation, trespass and nuisance claims brought by private property owners; wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury claims; premises liability claims involving public property, including bridges, recreational facilities, train stations and other properties; construction site accidents and contract and indemnity claims involving public entities.

Our attorneys understand and are prepared to assert all defenses and immunities contained in the Government Code. In addition, our full-service capabilities allow us to engage the experience and skills of lawyers with special knowledge in areas such a construction law and real estate law as we prepare our case.