Property owners who don’t keep the sidewalks and other areas neat and in good repair are putting other people at risk. Accidents that come from flimsy stairs, lack of railings, uneven pavement or similar conditions can cause serious injuries. When you are involved in an incident that falls under the premises liability section of personal injury law, you need to think carefully about your option to pursue compensation.
We understand that your primary focus is going to be on healing from the physical injuries. Whether you are facing a catastrophic injury like damage to your spinal column or brain or a less serious injury like a broken bone, you are likely going to need considerable medical care over the long term.
When you are looking at emergency medical care, repeat doctor visits and physical therapy, you are facing mounting expenses that can impact your finances. Seeking compensation is a way that you can hold the negligent property owner accountable for the accident and make him or her pay for the damages. There isn’t any reason why you should be the person who has to struggle to keep up with the expenses that incur because of the accident.
Your claim for personal injuries in a premises liability case must show that your injuries are directly related to the accident and that the property owner’s negligence or recklessness contributed to the conditions that led to the incident. Pulling all of this together might be complex, but it isn’t impossible. We are here to help you from the start of the case through the resolution.