If you are harmed by a hazardous condition on the property of another person, business or entity, you may have a right to recover financial compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Premises liability can include any dangerous condition, ranging from physical and sexual assaults in bars and hotels; diving injuries at a swimming pool; or slip and fall incidents at the local supermarket.
Premises liability injuries can occur in hotels, apartments, homes, restaurants, casinos, golf courses, supermarkets, shopping malls, cruise ships, and anywhere else. The owner of an apartment house or hotel complex can be held liable if a railing or balcony fails and causes catastrophic injury or death. Loose electrical cords, liquids, ice, snow, defective stairways, loose handrails, pavements, and uneven surfaces are frequent causes of premises liability accidents.
The premises liability lawyers at The Sanders Law Firm have the experience, skills and resources to prove that the owner of the property knew or should have known that a hazardous condition was present on his or her premises. If the dangerous condition was present for a length of time and the owner by carrying out practical, common sense care should have found out about the condition, then the owner of the property may be held responsible.
If you or a loved one has sustained a serious injury or if you have lost a loved one as a result of a defect or hazard on somebody else's property, contact the us today for a free, no obligation consultation.