Premises Liability Lawyers
Injured on Someone’s Property? Call John Bales Attorneys.
Homeowners, property managers, and even government entities are all subject to premises liability laws. These laws help make sure properties—public or private—are safe for visitors at all times. So when someone gets hurt because of a property manager’s failure to address a hazard, block unauthorized entry, or post a warning sign, the property manager can be held responsible.
If you have been hurt on someone else’s property that was unsafe for any reason, the premises liability lawyers at John Bales Attorneys can help you. We have the experience, legal knowledge, and intense dedication that your case needs to be successful. Call us at (800) 225-5564 or fill out a free initial consultation form today.
Classifications of Premises Liability
When you enter someone else’s property, you can be classified into one of three categories. The evidence required to build your claim, and the potential damages you can recover, may depend on your classification at the time of the accident. The three main categories in premises liability cases include:
- Business Invitee
Whether you are shopping in a grocery store, doing repair work in a home or business, or filling up your car at a gas station, the home or business owner must provide a safe environment for you while you are on the premises.
As an invited guest at a party—or during a short visit at a friend or acquaintance’s home—you expect to be safe and free from dangers. As with property managers, homeowners and renters also must keep their premises safe for all visitors.
Even if you enter someone’s property without permission—for example, taking a shortcut while walking home—the owner can be held responsible if you get injured. In addition, property owners must make sure swimming pools, trampolines, and other recreational equipment are inaccessible to children.
At John Bales Attorneys, we know premises liability laws, and we have helped many people who were injured because of a property owner’s negligence. No matter how your accident occurred, give us a call—our premises liability lawyers will do everything they can to help you move forward with your life.
John Bales Attorneys Cares
When you choose our law firm, we will give you the treatment that you expect and deserve—you are not just another case number to us. By staying committed to providing quality legal service at all times, we hold ourselves to a high standard for every client we serve.
It is our goal to stay in constant contact with you throughout the legal process. From the day we take on your case, we will be there to answer your questions and provide you with frequent updates on the progress we are making. If you need a firm that acts fast, meets deadlines, and can resolve your case quickly, you need John Bales Attorneys.