Premises Liability Lawyer
We don’t get paid until you do
Property owners have a duty to provide a safe environment for visitors, whether it is a home, a business, or a public place. Local, State, and Federal laws require that all property owners must keep their property in a safe condition and demand they repair dangerous conditions and provide warnings. If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous condition on a property, we will do everything we can to help you obtain the compensation that you deserve.
Being injured on someone else’s property can be overwhelming as you suddenly have to deal with insurance companies, medical bills, injuries, doctors appointments, and even missing work. Don’t go through this alone. We understand this and we stand by you every step of the way. Give us a call to learn more how we can help guide you through this process. We handle all premise liability accidents on a contingency basis, this means you will not pay anything until we win compensation for you.
- Premises Liability Lawyer
- Types of Liability Cases
- What Can I Recover In A Premises Liability Suit?
- How Much Does It Cost To Hire An Attorney For A Premise Liability Case?
- When Should I Consider A Claim For Premises Liability?
- How Do You Prove Premises Liability?
- Who Is Responsible For My Injuries?
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Types of Liability Cases
- Slip And Falls
- Falls On Ice And Snow
- Broken Or Uneven Stairwells
- Poor Lighting
- Broken Handrails
- Lack Of Signage
- Unsafe Walkways
- Unsafe Entryways
- Uneven Or Cracked Sidewalks Or Walking Surfaces
- Dangerous Construction Sites
- Dangerous Public Property
- Inadequate Security
- Over-Service Of Alcohol To Your or Others
- Elevator And Escalator Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Swimming Pool Accidents
- Amusement Park Accidents
- Fire Accidents
- Toxic Fumes Or Chemical Injuries
What Can I Recover In A Premises Liability Suit?
Injuries from premise liability accidents can be devastating and can result in many types of damages. We will fight for maximum compensation and depending on the circumstances you may be able to recover the following types of damages:
- Pain And Suffering
- Lost Wages
- Loss Of Earning Capacity,
- Future And Past Medical Expenses
- Emotional Distress
How Much Does It Cost To Hire An Attorney For A Premise Liability Case?
We do not believe that it is fair that you would have to pay out-of-pocket for an attorney after you have been involved in an accident. Instead, we will work on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not get paid unless you win! Our fee is a percentage of the settlement or verdict that we obtain for you.
When Should I Consider A Claim For Premises Liability?
If you have been involved in any of the various types of premises liability cases, aside from seeking medical attention, speaking with a well qualified attorney should be the first thing that you do. At McKenna Law, we will immediately perform an investigation to ensure that we obtain and preserve all relevant evidence that you will need in your pursuit of justice. Without consulting with an attorney after an accident, you may lose out on securing that one piece of evidence that is crucial to proving your case. Do not delay in setting up a consultation immediately after an accident, as many pieces of evidence are time sensitive and can be lost for good.
It is also very important to speak with an attorney before speaking to the relevant insurance companies. These profit-oriented insurance companies can twist your words and utilize anything that you say against you. Do not fall for their tricks and do not agree to a recorded statement prior to speaking with an attorney.
We understand that following an accident many people are bed-ridden or confined to a hospital bed- that is why we offer free over-the phone consultations as well as offering to come to you, whether at the hospital or at your house. Consulting with an attorney after an accident should not be difficult, that is why we promise a quick response and are willing to come to you.
How Do You Prove Premises Liability?
The facts and evidence should always determine who is at fault for an accident and that is why it is extremely important to consult with a lawyer as early as possible. The biased and profit-oriented insurance companies should certainly not be the ones determining who is at a fault for an accident. These insurance companies have one goal: profits.
It becomes crucial to retain a qualified attorney as soon as possible so that the necessary evidence can be obtained and preserved to prove who was at fault for the accident. At McKenna Law, we immediately investigate an accident in order to obtain all of the crucial evidence that we will need to pursue justice. Oftentimes, when there is a dispute as to who is at fault for an accident, we will retain an accident reconstruction engineer who will utilize the latest advancements in technology to prove who was at fault for the accident through the use of math and science. Utilizing our great network of experts, we rely on experts who are leaders in their industry because you deserve only the best when it comes to getting justice.
Who Is Responsible For My Injuries?
It is vital to retain a lawyer as soon as possible after a premises liability accident so that crucial evidence is not lost. There can be many different entities and companies involved in a premises liability accident that may be either partially or completely at fault. Due to the number of parties involved, individual companies will often deny that they are at fault and instead blame the other companies involved.
With so many different parties involved, you may be asking who can be sued in a premises case? At McKenna Law, our experience in handling premises liability will allow us to identify all of the potential responsible parties to ensure that you or a loved one obtain the maximum amount of compensation.These are just some of the parties that can be at fault for a premises liability case:
- The Property Owner
- The Landlord
- The Tenant
- Public Entity Or Municipality
- Property Management
- Building Or Property Designer/Builder
Premises Liability Attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries on someone else’s property, McKenna Law has the experience, resources and ability to help you understand your options and to help guide you through the process. We will aggressively fight to make sure you are compensated for your losses. The statute of limitations only allows for you to file a claim within a limited period of time, so do not wait to contact our office for your free case evaluation.