When we enter a premises such as a restaurant or a banquet hall we have rented for a party, we have an expectation that the premises will be reasonably safe, and that at least if there are any hazards present, they will be pointed out to us so we can use caution (for example, a freshly mopped floor having a bright, bold “wet floor” sign nearby). However, not every premises owner or manager is safety-minded, and all too many of them would rather save a buck or two by allowing their premises to remain in ill repair than expending the money necessary to fix something like a loose stair or doorway threshold. These acts of negligence are not right, and they can and do lead to people becoming injured or even killed. If you were injured on a premises and want to discuss your case with a premises liability lawyer, the legal specialists at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. are ready to help you become more informed about your rights and options under the laws pertaining to premises liability.
When you are on a premises such as on hotel grounds or in a restaurant or banquet hall you have rented, the possessor of the premises has a duty of care to provide a reasonably safe property to those who are visiting their premises. This means that, for example, a big nail sticking up from the floorboard of a well-traveled walkway is not acceptable and should be remedied as soon as it is brought to the owner’s attention. Similarly, if a stairway in a hotel was built a long time ago and the rise of the stairs is not to code (i.e., too high or too low) and someone trips and falls on the stairs and gets hurt, the owner could be held liable for their stairway not being code-compliant.
Some common case types we see at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. are:
If you need a premises liability lawyer in Independence, contact Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. for a free case evaluation. We have been handling premises liability claims for more than 40 years, and our mission is to help our clients turn a bad day into a brighter future by advocating for them in the courtroom. We do not charge any attorney’s fees until your case has been won or is successfully settled out of court. Let us help you get justice for the pain and suffering you have been forced to endure. We will push hard to recover damages done to your person or property, and these damages may be paid out as a cash award to you. We will fight to get you every penny you deserve so you can have the ability to pay medical bills and meet the needs of your daily living expenses, even if your injuries have caused you to miss work or become disabled. Call today for a free consultation.
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