Do You Need A Premises Liability Attorney?
Well, if you are reading this, there is a good chance that you believe you might need a premises liability attorney. When a person gets hurt on someone else’s property, they sometimes have no other choice than to file a lawsuit against a negligent party. People who kick back and hope for the best are often sadly disappointed. The defendant’s insurance provider might deny the injury claim.
That can lead to the victim paying for their treatments and other recovery expenses out of pocket. Plus, even if they were solely responsible for accidents, most individuals wouldn’t lift a finger to help. Why should victims have to break the bank for injuries that were no fault of their own? The short answer to this question is, “They shouldn’t.”
Don’t allow people to walk all over you in your time of need. Instead, contact a premises liability attorney from Wingfield, Ginsburg, and Lipp, P.C., to take the fight to the negligent party. Our team will do everything in their power to recover the compensation you deserve. The case will be prepared for trial from the get-go. However, many times, these matters are settled out of court. The initial case evaluation is free, and clients only pay when they win. So, what are you waiting for? Contact our office today. Now, let’s look at some examples of how these situations can arise.
A Falling Object
Imagine that it is Christmas time. Your friend has decked out their house with lights and decorations. They invite you over for a lighting ceremony. All is going great until a large metal sleigh comes loose from the roof. It slides down the shingles and hits the ground hard; only on the way down, the decorative piece slams into your leg, breaking it in three places. The person says sorry and that they should have used the right anchors to mount the thing. Since the wrong bolts, straps, or whatever were utilized, you probably have a pretty good premises liability case on your hands.
Let’s say that a neighbor invites you over for an evening barbecue with all the fixings. That sounds awesome, so you head to their house. After arriving, you notice that the backyard is pretty dark. There are outside lights, but several bulbs are out. You attempt to walk around, but your foot trips in a hole dug by their dog. Your arms extend to catch yourself and brace for the fall. Then, bam, a pointed piece of the fence goes through your hand. A premises liability lawsuit may be in your best interest because of the hazardous conditions.