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When Dangerous Property Conditions Lead To Injuries

Slippery floors, cracked sidewalks, torn carpet, and rickety stairs are all   hazards you might encounter on public or private properties. These hazards may cause you to be injured.

If you need medical care after an injury because of a dangerous premises, this you should get legal advice. You may be entitled to compensation, including payment for your medical bills. No matter whether you were injured while working, shopping or  while on a rented property, you may be eligible to bring a premises liability case against the property owner or premises management organization.

At Herndon, Coleman, Brading, & McKee, LLP, you will find experienced premises liability attorneys ready to investigate your accident and injuries. We will fight for fair compensation for your losses.

Examples Of Premises Liability Cases And Legal Remedies

Common locations where our clients are injured include: :

  • Shopping malls
  • Supermarkets
  • Parks
  • Parking lots
  • Office buildings
  • Schools
  • Parking garages
  • Repair facilities
  • Rental Properties

If you are injured while on someone else’s property, it may be because of:

  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Fires
  • Collapsing structures
  • Dog bites
  • Violent attacks
  • Toxic exposure
  • Electrical defects

Pursuing compensation for clients who have suffered slip-and-fall accidents or other types of injuries can be legally complex, so you need a good lawyer to help you avoid common pitfalls, such as these:

  • Property owners and management organizations may blame each other and try to escape responsibility.
  • Insurers of private properties typically look for loopholes by which to avoid paying benefits.
  • If there is more than one responsible party, such as when an injury occurs in the workplace, the employee may have a workers’ compensation claim as well as a potential lawsuit against any other liable party (not their employer) such as an equipment manufacturer. You may be confused as to who owes you benefits.
  • If an injury happens on public property, there will likely be complex rules you must  follow in order to get compensation from government entities.

Thanks to our firm’s nearly 100-year history in Washington County and surrounding area, we have a large wealth of knowledge on which to draw. to draw on. Our lawyers are equipped to represent people who have been injured on a range of public and private properties.

Let Us Hear From You

We are ready and willing to investigate your case and help you recover compensation for your medical care, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

To schedule a consultation, call 844-678-9750 or send an online inquiry.

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