Whether it’s a slippery floor at a department store, cracked pavement, or a faulty railing, thousands of people are injured every year through no fault of their own. Unfortunately, many sustain serious injuries brought on by a dangerous condition on someone else’s property. When these types of accidents happen, the injured party may have a premise liability claim and should immediately consult with a lawyer. We have over 28 years of experience representing victim in premise liability cases and may be able to recover monetary compensation for your damages if caused by a defective condition of someone else’s unsafe property.
Types Of Premise Liability Cases
The laws that govern premises liability can be very complex. Property owners have a legal obligation to ensure the health and safety of persons who enter their premises. Therefore, victims who suffer from illnesses or injuries due to poor maintenance or other types of negligence may be compensated through a settlement with the property owner. These cases fall under premises liability law and incorporate a wide range of potential hazards that may befall a property’s guests. Common bases for premises liability claims typically include the following:
Slip and fall incidents
Dog bite cases
Swimming pool injuries
Sexual assault and battery
How We Can Help You
We can help you determine what your rights are and whether you are entitled to a compensation for your injuries. Remember, premise liability laws are in place to protect you, the consumer, from any type of harm, danger or injury that results from a dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property. With over 37 years of experience, we are dedicated to helping clients fight for their rights in premise liability cases.
If you or a loved one has suffered any type of injury, please call us at 888- 628-4878 today. It costs nothing to call us and what you learn today could be the difference between you recovering money for your injuries, or getting nothing. If you prefer, go ahead and complete the above, CONFIDENTIAL, no obligation, on line “free case evaluation form” and we will respond immediately. Thank you for contacting us.
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