Were you injured on someone else’s property?
People who have been welcomed onto a premises have a reasonable expectation that they will be safe from harm while there. When you get hurt on someone else’s property—especially as a result of improper maintenance, negligent supervision, or inadequate security—the property owner or agent may be liable for your injuries.
Premises liability claims can include accidents due to:
- Building structure defects
- ‘Rotten’ floors
- Inadequate guard-rails
- Falling items
- Electric shock
- Landscape hazards
- Unsafe swimming pools
- Criminal assaults
- Animal attacks
A consideration in your case will be that the property owner or agent knew or should have known that an unsafe condition existed on the premises, and that they failed to take proper steps to remedy the situation. Thorough investigation and documentation plays an important role in helping you present your strongest case. A photograph really is worth a 1,000 words.
Be ready to answer the question, “What made you fall?”
When you’re injured on someone else’s property, don’t wait to seek redress for your medical bills, pain and suffering … or loss of wages. Early guidance from a qualified attorney is important for successfully resolving a premises liability case. We will discuss our years of experience in handling cases from trip to trial. As your legal representation, Starr Law Offices will work on your behalf, helping you document why the accident took place—through photographs, eyewitness accounts or expert testimony, as deemed applicable to your case.
We will also be prepared to thoroughly investigate and evaluate the actions of all parties related to the accident so that we can knowledgeably craft your legal strategy. Starr Law Offices will work hard to see that all the relevant facts to your case are considered, and we’ll make all due effort to see that you receive the justice your situation demands. We will work hard to resolve your case as quickly as possible.
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