Premises liability laws are in place to safeguard public and private properties; and to ensure that homeowners, property managers, businesses, and government entities ensure the safety of visitors—invited or otherwise—at all times. Under these laws, property owners and managers are legally bound to address potential hazards, block unauthorized entry, or post a warning sign for visitors.
If you have been incurred a premise liability injury as a result of unsafe conditions (of any kind) on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation … Money that you may need to replace any lost wages, to repay costly medical bills, or to pay for ongoing medical treatment.
The knowledgeable premises liability lawyers of John Bales Attorneys are ready to help you. We have the experience, legal knowledge, and intense dedication that your case needs to be successful.
Let us build a strong case to get you the resolution you deserve—contact John Bales Attorneys today for a free consultation with one of our premises liability lawyers.
What Type of Visitor Were You?
At John Bales Personal Injury Attorneys, we understand the complexities of premises liability laws. In fact, the evidence required to build your claim—and the potential damages you can recover—may come down to your classification, or the capacity in which you visited the property.
There are three main categories of visitor in premises liability cases:
We all expect a trip to the grocery store or public library to be a safe experience. Premises liability laws require home and business owners to provide a safe environment for all visitors, including service or repair workers.
It is more than reasonable to presume that you will not encounter hazards as an invited guest to a party or during a visit to a friend or acquaintance. Property managers, homeowners, and even renters who do not keep their premises safe can be held liable for a visitor’s injuries.
Even if you are injured while you are on someone’s property without permission—for example, taking a shortcut while walking home—you may be entitled to compensation. In addition, property owners must make sure that children cannot access swimming pools, trampolines, play structures, or other recreational equipment.
No matter how your accident occurred, call us for a free consultation.
What Can You Expect with John Bales Attorneys?
Care. Quality. Respect.
If you have been injured because of a property owner’s oversight or negligence, our experienced premises liability lawyers can help you. We understand the physical injuries and financial hardships that you may face following an accident, and will do everything they can to help you get the money you need to recover.
The premises liability lawyers of John Bales Attorneys will spend time with you to determine your visitor classification and understand circumstances and conditions that may have led to your injury. We’ll work quickly to file the strongest claim possible and get you the compensation you deserve. We will keep you up to date throughout the entire process, and will do our best to answer any questions you may have along the way.
If you or someone you love was injured in on someone’s property, contact us today.
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