Injuries on Another’s Property Occur for Many Reasons

When we set foot on another’s property, we generally expect the owner or occupier to provide for our safety and security. Poorly maintained properties can house many potential hazards for visitors or workers, including uneven, broken, or slippery walking surfaces, poor lighting, dangerous animals, damaged equipment, lack of required safety devices or warnings, and lack of security enabling fertile environments for criminal attacks. These conditions can cause serious injuries resulting in large medical bills, missed work, or even death. If you have suffered an injury on another’s property, then you may recover damages like medical expenses, lost income, and physical pain and mental suffering. However, the complicated nature of these claims requires immediate action and an experienced trial and appellate firm.

How We Can Help

There are several factors that must be considered in the pursuit of a premises liability claim. First is your legal status on another’s property, which determines the owner’s legal duty to provide for your safety. Second is the owner’s knowledge of the hazard at issue and what the owner did to protect you from it. Third is your knowledge of the hazard and what you did to avoid it. There are many other factors involved in a premises claim, as these claims are all highly fact-specific. This requires legitimate legal expertise to immediately identify, develop, and prosecute these claims on a client’s behalf. Our firm has this expertise, which is why we have secured tens of millions of dollars prosecuting our clients’ premises claims through trial and appeal (Our firm has obtained several appellate victories in our clients’ premises claims, two recent opinions of which are notable…link). It is critical to contact us as soon as possible after your injury, as evidence begins to disappear immediately thereafter. Our firm can properly preserve evidence from the premises and secure witnesses and experts to support your claim, getting you the outcome you deserve.

Contact knowledgeable premises liability lawyers

Call The Blaska Law Firm, LLC at 877.871.0750 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation. The consultation is free and there is no obligation to accept our services.