If a property owner neglected to inspect or maintain their personal or business premises — or allowed a dangerous condition to exist— and you were injured as a result — you are entitled to an aggressive premises liability attorney to fight for full and fair compensation for your injuries.
There are many kinds of personal injury claims a premises liability attorney could pursue on your behalf. Slipping and tripping incidents are the most common types of premises liability cases.
A trip and fall injury can occur when walkways, walking surfaces, and stairs are defective, buckled, improperly maintained, carelessly cluttered, slippery, uneven, or otherwise unsafe to walk upon.
According to the National Floor Safety Institute, slip and fall injuries send one million people to the emergency room each year. These avoidable accidents can cause serious injuries and even death.
Slipping and tripping injuries can (and do) occur everywhere people go: public areas, building lobbies, grocery stores, retail businesses, shopping malls, amusement parks, schools, private homes and apartments, sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, swimming areas, elevators, escalators, construction sites, and more.
It is the property owner’s responsibility to make sure that walking surfaces are safe and well-maintained — to prevent foreseeable injuries to others.
If you’ve sustained an injury from a slip and fall, trip and fall, or other injury on another’s property, contact Lerner Law Firm today to evaluate your claims.
Other kinds of premises liability claims include:
If you have suffered injuries due to the neglect or careless behavior of a property owner or other negligent person or business, contact a premises liability attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options.
Premises liability injuries can be extremely serious. Our clients often endure not only the pain from the injuries, but also suffer emotional and financial distress. Plus, some injuries are life-altering and permanent, resulting in lost wages and career opportunities, and reduced enjoyment of life.
These difficulties and obstacles add additional strain on your relationships with family, friends, and coworkers. The stress from the accident and the aftermath can lead to trauma that continues long after the initial injury.
There is also the financial strain of hospital bills, doctors visits, and even prolonged physical therapy and recovery.
Every case is different, and the potential money damages that a person may recover depend on many factors.
Lerner Law Firm pursues fair and full compensation from negligent parties, which may include some or all of the following:
Don’t settle your premises liability injury without first consulting an attorney who will negotiate aggressively for a fair settlement or take the case to trial.
Insurance companies are for-profit businesses that are more interested in saving money (increasing their profits) by denying or attempting to discredit injury claims caused by their policyholders.
Without an experienced personal injury attorney representing you, you are far less likely to achieve a full and fair settlement—or other favorable outcome—for your injuries.
Consultations with Lerner Law Firm are completely FREE. And if we take your case, you won’t pay a penny unless we settle your case or win at trial.
Lerner Law Firm will treat you like a real person, not just another case file. We always have your health and financial recovery as our top priority.
Throughout the process, you can expect regular updates on all important aspects of your personal injury case. And a real person will answer all your calls, emails, or texts within 24 hours in most cases. All questions will be answered as quickly and thoroughly as possible.
Most important, as a premises liability attorney that seeks fair and maximum compensation, Lerner Law Firm will fight strategically to recover the appropriate physical and financial recovery for your personal injuries and losses.
We work on a contingency fee basis in most cases, meaning you pay us nothing unless we settle your case or win at trial. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by consulting a premises liability attorney to evaluate your case.
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