Holding Negligent Property Owners Responsible
Were you injured on another person’s property? You may have a premises liability claim. Amanda Hall Injury Law can help you navigate your case and pursue maximum compensation. Our Woodstock personal injury lawyers are well-versed in the laws surrounding these accidents and can advocate for you from start to finish. We understand the complexity of premises liability matters, employing our 25+ Years’ combined experience and insight to craft strong cases. We also utilize thorough research, investigation, and expert testimony when necessary.
Rest assured with a qualified team on your side. Call Amanda Hall Injury Law at (678) 445-7423.
How to Prove a Claim of Unsafe Premises
Simply falling on another person’s property doesn’t automatically qualify you to file a premises liability claim. In fact, there are certain conditions that must be met in order for you to pursue a successful claim.
- You must be able to prove the following:
- The defendant (ex: property owner) owed you a duty of care.
- The defendant failed to adhere to or carry out this duty.
- You suffered injuries and subsequent losses.
- Your damages were caused by the defendant’s failure to uphold a duty of care.
This violation of duty can often happen due to damaged property, safety hazards, or other premises issues. OurWoodstock personal injury lawyers have represented hundreds of clients since 1990, recovering tens of millions of dollars in that time. Allow our firm to help you today!
What Is a Dangerous Condition?
A defendant may be held liable if their property had a dangerous condition that caused your injury—failing to fix this condition (so long as they should have reasonably known about it) can be considered negligence.
- Some common examples of dangerous conditions include:
- Lack of security or proper lighting
- Damaged fences, locks, or gates
- Slippery aisles or areas
- Damaged flooring or carpet
- Electrical issues
- Rickety stairs or broken handle rails
- Loose wires or cords
Essentially, any issue on a property that could lead to injuries for a patron may be considered a dangerous condition. From slip and falls due to slippery flooring to assaults due to poor parking lot lighting or negligent security, Amanda Hall Injury Law can handle all types of premises liability cases.
Our premises liability attorneys can review your case in an initial consultation. Call (678) 445-7423.