Premises liability claims are something we see all too often in our practice. When a premises’ possessor is negligent—usually due to greed—it can lead to serious injury or even cause a wrongful death. Premises liability claims are often filed after someone gets hurt because of a premises in poor repair, such as through old, brittle stairs that break underfoot or a loose board in a doorway threshold causing someone to trip and fall, or even just a freshly mopped floor with no “wet floor” sign to warn those who may be passing through. If you were injured on another party’s premises and you feel their negligence led to you getting hurt, contact a premises liability lawyer at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. to discuss your rights and options under the law.
People who rent rooms at a hotel or who visit a restaurant for dinner have the right to expect the premises they are using to be reasonably free from harm. While every place in the world has a certain number of risks, it is important that the possessors of premises made available for customer use keep their premises in reasonably good condition and address any issues that they are made aware of in a timely manner. Failure to do so can cause these possessors to be negligent, which means that they can be held liable in court for any damages to persons or property resulting from their negligence.
When a premises’ owner is negligent, all too many ways to get hurt may lurk on their property. When they open their premises to use by customers—whether the premises is a restaurant, hotel, or banquet hall available for rental—they can be held liable if those customers should become injured on their property. Here are some of the more common ways we have seen people become injured due to premises liability issues:
If you would like to speak to a premises liability lawyer in Olathe, contact the attorneys at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. to discuss your options under the law. We specialize in handling premises liability cases, and we have more than 40 years of experience in helping our clients turn a bad day into a brighter future. You have suffered enough, and we want to help you seek justice for the pain and suffering you have endured. We work on a fee-contingency basis, so we do not charge you any fees until your case has been favorably resolved. We also offer free consultations to all potential clients, so call 816-941-8949 today for your no-cost case evaluation.
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