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Slip and fall accidents are very common, and in extreme cases can leave a person with serious and life-changing injuries. When a person slips, trips, or falls at a business or commercial property, for example, the property owner(s) may be legally responsible for the injured person’s damages including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and so on.
Business owners and municipal governments have a duty to provide a safe environment for people on their premises. An experienced premises liability attorneys regularly handle civil litigation cases in which a property owner, landowner or landlord may be responsible for accidents and injuries that occur on their property.
A person who is injured in a slip, trip, or fall accident should consult with the qualified personal injury attorneys at Davis Law Group to learn more about their legal rights and options for pursuing legal action. We may be able to assist in proving that the owner of the premises is responsible for the injuries caused by unsafe conditions or a failure to exercise ordinary care. For a free case evaluation with an attorney at Davis Law Group, call (206) 900-8377.
Premises liability accidents can occur in many different settings and due to a variety of contributing factors. Injuries suffered in a business, on someone’s private property, or other similar locations may be covered under the property owner’s insurance policy.
If you or a family member has suffered a serious injury following an accident on someone else’s property, Davis Law Group can help. Our firm has a great deal of experience with premises liability claims and can help you get what you deserve for your injuries and other damages. Our attorneys have the skill and experience necessary to protect your legal rights and represent you in negotiations with the insurance company responsible for covering accidents on a property or other premises.
Through claims processes, mediation, arbitration, and trial work, our attorneys will advocate on your behalf to ensure that you are satisfied with the outcome of your premises liability case.
The cost of legal services are always a major concern for people who have been injured in a premises liability accident and may have financial challenges or be unable to work. Many people believe that they cannot afford excellent legal representation. Davis Law Group attorneys operate on a contingency fee basis, which takes away the worry of affording the services of an experienced lawyer.
If our premises liability lawyer do not collect money damages for you, you don’t owe an attorney fee. We don’t get paid unless you get paid. For a free case evaluation, contact Davis Law Group at (206) 900-8377, use the chat feature below or fill out the form on this page to get started.
In Washington state, personal injury claims are governed by common law. This essentially means that a person’s “status” is taken into account when they enter a piece of property. Along those lines, there are three types of classifications of visitors:
The circumstances surrounding a person’s classification or status as a visitor is important in premises liability claims, as trespassers are typically less likely to succeed in holding a property owner liable for their injuries. If you have any questions about these issues or would like to speak with an attorney about your potential case, use the confidential contact form on this page or call our office at (206) 900-8377 to request a free legal consultation.
If you have been injured in a premise liability accident, there are a few important steps that you should take in order to ensure you are as prepared as possible to pursue your personal injury claim. Some of the most important steps include:
The legal concept of premises liability holds property owners, managers and occupiers to a legal duty to provide a reasonably safe environment for those that visit the premises. This may apply to customers, service personnel, patrons, or residents. Premises liability claims can happen in a variety of areas, including:
The following are some of the most common types of premises liability cases:
Those are just some of the more common types of premises liability claims. The experienced attorneys at Davis Law Group know that many people in Seattle and across Washington state suffer from negligent and reckless property owners. These people are often left with serious and life-changing injuries.
If you are unsure where to turn, contact us today for a free case evaluation. Call (206) 900-8377.
In addition to examining the specifics of your case, your attorney may also look into previous lawsuits and complaints about the premises in question. An investigation may find that the unsafe conditions that led to your injuries have been encountered by others, and that the property owner took insufficient steps to correct.
Identifying such failures to correct may be done by examining building code violations, maintenance logs, or customer complaints. Your attorney must prove that the owner knew of the hazards, had reasonable time to address them, and did nothing about it.
Once a complete picture of the claim is painted, your attorney will work closely with your to recover financial compensation for the following types of damages on your behalf:
If you have any questions about the particulars of your personal injury case, contact Davis Law Group today at (206) 900-8377.
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