Premises Liability

Holding Negligent Property Owners Accountable

When a person gets injured on another person’s property, the property owner may be responsible. Property owners have a certain obligation to maintain and keep up their property so that it is safe for visitors and people conducting business on the premises thus preventing premises liability.

If you have been the victim of injury on another person’s property, it will typically be necessary for your personal injury attorney to prove that the owner of the property should have known that about the unsafe conditions that caused your injury.

Even if you feel there is no way to prove this, however, you should not assume that you do not have a case. Our experienced personal injury lawyers have many factors to consider regarding your unique circumstances.

One of the most common types of injuries caused by negligent property owners is a slip and fall injury. This occurs when a person slips and falls on another person’s property and injures themselves. If your slip and fall is a result of the property owner failing to remove foreign objects on the floor, failing to repair the property, failing to warn visitors about dangerous conditions, etc., you may have a case.

In many cases, an injury can cause a great deal of inconvenience in your life. You may have to deal with a lot of emotional, physical, and financial suffering and turmoil, and you may seek compensation in order to deal with such matters. This is why it is important to find a personal injury attorney who will be on your side every step of the way and will fight to get you the settlement you deserve.

If you have been injured due to the negligence of a property owner, you may have a case against them. Contact one of our experienced attorneys for a free consultation.