When we enter a publicly available premises or rent a premises (for example, a banquet hall for hosting a party in), we assume that the grounds will be reasonably safe to use as intended. We do not expect that a grocery store’s ceiling will collapse suddenly and cause a traumatic brain injury, nor do we expect that a restaurant will leave a freshly cleaned floor wet without at least putting up a sign to warn us of the potential hazard. However, some property owners and managers are willfully negligent in this regard, choosing to save a few pennies in every way they can, even if it means that their premises becomes dangerous to their clientele. If you were injured on a publicly available or rented premises and want to learn more about your legal options as an injury victim, contact a premises liability lawyer to become better informed about your legal rights.
During the four decades that we have been practicing law, we have seen a variety of premises liability claims cases in our offices. Some of these include:
If you have experienced one of these or any other premises liability-related situation and sustained an injury, we can assist you with taking legal action. Call for a free case evaluation.
To help build your legal case, it is important to document the circumstances under which you became injured. Here are a few things you can do to shore up your legal premises liability claim:
If you were harmed on a premises and want to hold the party whose negligence led to your being injured liable in court, contact Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. to speak with a premises liability lawyer in Blue Springs. We have been practicing law and handling premises liability court cases for more than 40 years, and our goal is to help people like you turn a bad day into a brighter future by pursuing legal justice. As someone who was injured due to the negligence of another party, you could be qualified to recover damages in the form of cash compensation compelled by the courts. Our attorneys work on a fee-contingency basis, meaning that we do not charge any attorney’s fees until your case has been won or settled out of court. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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