Premises Liability

Property owners have an obligation to take reasonable care to maintain their property to ensure it is safe for lawful visitors. They are required to repair known hazards or to warn visitors of hazardous conditions that cannot be remedied. By failing to do so, a property owner may be liable to visitors for injuries they sustained while on the owner’s property. If you were injured while on the property of another, you may be entitled to file a premises liability claim or lawsuit. Claims often arise from slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, inadequate lighting, inadequate security, attacks from dogs or other animals kept on the premises, and a myriad of other causes.

Dangerous conditions can be created by negligent employees or tenants or by the failure of owners, businesses, or property managers to adequately maintain property for which they are responsible. A visitor or guest may be injured as a result of a dangerous condition existing on the property. If you were injured on someone else’s property, you may be able to recover money for medical bills, lost earnings, future medical treatment, emotional trauma, and possibly more.

We must warn you that premises liability claims often involve dealing with sophisticated insurance companies that are motivated only by profit. In order to increase profits, insurance carriers will attempt to offer you the lowest possible damages award. The attorneys at Guest and Gray Law Firm have decades of combined experience dealing with insurance carriers. We are ready to fight to make sure you are treated fairly and receive the financial resources you need to help you recover from your injuries and move on with your life. We know all the tricks used by insurance companies as they seek to maximize their profits.

At Guest and Gray Law Firm, our team of attorneys has extensive experience recovering damages for clients who were injured as a result of a property owner’s or manager’s negligence. We understand the serious nature of injuries that result from the failure to maintain property, to keep it free from hazards, or to warn of unsafe conditions. If you sustained an injury while on the property of another, you should first seek immediate medical attention for your injuries. Your next step should be to contact Guest and Gray Law Firm to schedule a meeting with one of our premises liability attorneys. Your consultation will be free of charge, and we work on a contingent fee basis for most personal injury cases. That means that you pay no legal fees unless we negotiate a settlement agreement or win an award in court on your behalf. Our attorneys are ready to discuss with you the details surrounding your case and help you formulate a plan designed to meet your needs and to maximize the amount of financial compensation available to you.