Your personal injury may have been caused by negligence on the behalf a property owner. If your injury was caused by an unsafe environment on another person’s property—whether it was private or commercial property—the owners may be responsible for your losses.
With premises liability, our understanding, experienced attorneys at Harden Law hold property owners accountable for their negligent actions that impacted your quality of life. When you work with us, we build a case to fight for your rights and entitled reimbursement to help you recover from this disaster.
Were You Injured as the Result of a Property Owner’s Negligence?
Many personal injuries are the result of negligence. In a premises liability case, the injured person must prove that the owner of the property failed to conduct reasonable maintenance that could have prevented the injury.
If the owner failed to conduct such maintenance or repairs even after knowing about the hazard, these people or companies need to be held accountable for their carelessness.
At Harden Law, we can help determine if your accident was the result of failed efforts on the property owner’s behalf or if your accident was unavoidable. If the owner was at fault, we collect evidence to prove that the property owner knew about the hazard but failed to remedy the problem.
Our caring attorneys can speak with you and review your case so that you understand all your choices and are informed enough to confidently take the next step. You may be eligible for compensation—and if you choose to proceed with us, we can help you secure it.
Injuries That May Be Considered Premises Liability
There are many types of injuries that may be considered premises liability when it comes to personal injury. The following are all injuries that may fall under premises liability:
- Slip and fall. Whether it’s due to snow and ice, wet floors, loose carpeting, broken floorboards, a damaged sidewalk, or faulty decking, falls are a major cause of injury and should be taken seriously.
- Insufficient security. If you live in an apartment building—or even were just visiting one or working at one—and were injured or assaulted, the building owner should be held responsible for neglecting to secure the building and keep you safe.
- Dog bites. If you or a loved one was bitten by a dog that was unleashed and violent, you can seek compensation for your pain and losses.
- Toxic chemicals. If your health has been compromised due to toxic chemicals at a place of business or at your rental unit, the property owner should have remedied this situation.
- Swimming pool accidents. If your child has been injured as the result of a property owner failing to properly fence their pool or supervise your child, take action.
- Fires, floods, elevator and escalator accidents, inadequate maintenance, poor lighting, falling products, defective chairs, and even amusement park accidents may all be considered premises liability.
If you’re not sure whether or not your accident could be considered premises liability, the attorneys at Harden Law can help.
Filing a Personal Injury Claim Can Help You Move On with Your Life
At Harden Law, we’re dedicated to helping clients get the resources they need to fully recover from a tragic accident. Filing a personal injury claim that secures compensation for your damages and also for future worst-case scenarios with your health can help you move on with your life. You deserve to have complete financial reimbursement after this devastating accident.
Unfortunately, it’s too easy to be injured by unsecured merchandise, careless dog owners, or an icy sidewalk your employer neglected to have cleared. However, this doesn’t mean your pain shouldn’t be taken seriously. At Harden Law, we don’t believe anyone should have to endure this kind of suffering without seeking justice.
Whether you’ve experienced a broken bone, a head injury, or exposure to toxic chemicals, you may be able to seek compensation for your injury. When your quality of life has been impacted, the liable parties should be held accountable.
Don’t Wait—Discover Your Options Now
When it comes to something as sensitive as premises liability, time is a crucial factor. Although you may not have experienced an immediate injury, remember, you must have evidence to support your claim. In cases of premises liability, the element that caused your accident may not be there for long after your accident.
Contact us at Harden Law so that we can secure evidence now, even if nothing results from your injury. In the event that you’ve experienced any type of injury, don’t wait for a health condition to manifest before collecting evidence. We can help you start building your case now.
Our compassionate legal professionals are ready to discuss your options with you when pursuing the accountable parties in your personal injury case. We’re honored to work with you and support you to get the justice you deserve.
Schedule your consultation with us at Harden Law today to discover your options if you’ve been impacted by a personal injury as the result of premises liability.