When we enter a premises, whether it is a hotel or a pub or a hall we rented to throw a party in, we expect that premises to be reasonably free of hazards. If there are any dangers that threaten us, we expect to be warned of those dangers, such as a wet floor sign being placed on a freshly mopped walkway warning us to tread with care. However, not every premises owner is responsible and safety-minded, and too many of them are willfully negligent in the interests of saving a few pennies. Corners are cut, codes ignored, and this can lead to devastating injuries for innocent people. If you were injured while on a premises such as a restaurant or rented banquet hall and want to talk to a premises liability lawyer in Raytown, the attorneys at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. can help you navigate the legal process.
When people are invited onto a premises, whether a rented hall or restaurant or hotel that is open to the public, the owner or manager of the premises has a duty of care to those people. This means that they have a duty to ensure that the premises is reasonably safe for use, and that any safety issues will be pointed out to guests or customers. For example, if a hotel lobby has loose carpeting because of missing carpet tacks, the owner or manager needs to either warn guests with a sign and cordon off the dangerous area, or put down new carpet tacks to secure the loose carpeting in order to make the area safe to tread on again.
At Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., we have seen a lot of premises liability cases in our offices over the 40 years we have been practicing law. Some of the more common situations we have seen that have resulted in premises liability lawsuits include:
If you need a premises liability lawyer in Raytown, contact Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. for a free consultation. We are dedicated to helping our clients recover damages after experiencing an injury due to another party’s negligence, and we want to help you turn a bad day into a brighter future. You could be qualified to receive financial compensation for your pain and suffering, and we will work to get you every dime you are entitled to under the law. We work on a fee-contingency basis, which means that we do not charge a legal fee until your case has been settled out of court or won, and it costs nothing to contact us for a case evaluation, so call now.
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