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Premises Liability Overview
Premises Liability Overview
Slip, trip, and fall type accidents remain one of the most common causes of personal injury across the United States. These accidents fall under an area of law known as “premises liability” and have the potential to impart serious injuries to victims who experience them. Generally, a slip, trip, or fall accident is caused by a wet, slippery, or uneven surface. Typically the surface that causes a person to fall isn’t kept reasonably clean and safe for those who may travel across in it, thus the property owner or manager of the area in question can be held liable for their negligent upkeep.
In addition to slip and fall accidents, a number of other conditions fall under premises liability law. Such notable additions include:
- Negligent Security
- Unsafe Buildings
- Dog Bites and Attacks
- School Ground Injuries / Accidents
- Workplace Accidents
- Restaurant Accidents
Contact the experienced premises liability lawyers at the law office of Wettermark & Keith, today if you or someone close to you has been the victim of a premises liability injury. You may be entitled to extensive compensation for your injury or loss.
Premises Liability Representation
Property owners and managers are required to keep their facilities, land, business, or walkways reasonably clean and safe to those who may frequent their establishments or locations. Under tort law, this is known as a “duty of care”. Managers or landowners are forbidden from allowing an unsafe condition to exist that may cause injury or wrongful death to a visitor.
In a premises liability case, negligence needs to be established in order to determine who is at fault for a slip, trip, or fall accident. Examples of negligent conditions:
- Wet, unmarked floors
- Freshly waxed or otherwise slippery floors, unmarked
- Food left on the floor for an extended period of time
- Uneven sidewalks
- Damaged carpeting
- Untethered cords
- Loose handrails
- Rubbish left on store floors
A premises liability action can be brought forth due to accidents in a variety of different locations. Of the many possible, grocery stores and other public businesses remain commonplace for people to experience these types of slip, trip, and fall accidents.
After you suffer an injury from a slip and fall accident, seeking medical attention (if needed) is absolutely vital. When things finally start to settle and you’re ready to figure out just exactly what happened, contact our resourceful premises liability lawyers here at the law office of Wettermark & Keith. Together we can seek a compensation figure for your injury or loss. Injuries commonly experienced by victims who pursue a premises liability action include:
- Broken or Fractured Bones
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Head or Spinal Cord Injuries
- Sprains and Soft Tissue Damage
- Wrongful Death
Victims of slip, trip, and fall accidents can seek monetary compensation for medical bills, lost wages, loss of income, pain, and emotional suffering. Seek the service of our top premises liability lawyers today if you have been hurt.
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Here at Wettermark & Keith, no case is too big for our expert premises liability lawyers to pursue. Our top attorneys represent each and every client with the utmost respect, compassion, and employ the thorough legal expertise needed to make their case a success. We realize that this is likely a difficult situation for you and possibly your family and are here for you. Premises liability accidents are a serious injury and we won’t let you be bullied, ridiculed, or taken advantage of after your accident.
If you have been injured due to the negligence of another person in a premises liability accident, contact our seasoned injury lawyers today. Together we can seek a financial compensation figure that meets your needs as a victim and can continue to provide for you, long after this ordeal is over.
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When selecting clients to represent in court, our firm operates on a contingency fee basis. What this means to our clients is simple: if we don’t win your case, you won’t pay anything. We choose to operate this way for the sole benefit of our clients, we want to see you obtain a successful recovery so that you can continue to carry on with your life.
Contact us today if you have been the victim of a personal injury due to the negligence of another party. Fill out the free case evaluation form on our web site and we will get back to you promptly. If you wish to speak to us directly, call the office closest to you.