If you have been in an accident on someone else’s property—whether a grocery store, gas station, apartment building, hotel, department store or any other type of property—you could be entitled to compensation.
A premises liability claim is a claim brought against the owner of a property when that owner’s negligence resulted in harm to a visitor. Most of these claims are related to slip (or trip) and fall accidents, often involving an obstacle that should not have been in the aisle or on the sidewalk where the accident occurred.
Other types of premises liability cases include:
- Falling merchandise
- Dog bites
- Negligent security
- Swimming pool accidents
- Taking on insurance companies
Our attorneys fight the property owner’s insurance company for you. We build strong cases that hold up in court and these insurance companies know what to expect from us. If a fair settlement is not awarded out-of-court, we are happy to take them on in the courtroom to get you what you deserve.