Suffered an injury by some type of unsafe or defective condition on someone’s property?
You may have a premises liability claim!
Our attorneys at Whitehead Law Group know the law and offer you the guidance you need when youâ€™ve been hurt on the property of another.
Premises liability holds property owners responsible for the wellbeing of guests and others on the premises. Owners have a legal duty to warn invitees and licensees of known or hidden dangers. When they fail to do so, innocent people can suffer devastating personal injuries. Those injured due to the negligence of a property owner should contact our attorneys at Whitehead Law Group today.
A premises liability accident can occur anywhere and by anything, including but NOT limited to:
- Hotels or Private Residences
- Poor Lighting
- Office or Apartment Buildings
- Uneven Floors
- Swimming Pools
- Slipper Floors
- Restaurants or Supermarkets
- Malfunctioning Doors
- Amusement Parks
- Missing or Broken Handrails
- Parking Lots
- Unmarked Steps
- Mall or Shopping Center
- Broken Windows or Other
- Cracks or Holes on Walking Grounds
- Construction Site
Property owners often repair the hazards that caused your injury. If you have been injured due to a hazardous condition, you should immediately seek medical attention, report the incident to the property owner, and consult an experienced premises liability attorney at our firm.
Our attorneys at Whitehead Law Group know the law and offer you the informed guidance you need when you’ve been hurt on the property of another.
The law describes three categories of property visitors:
- Business invitees are on another’s property for business purposes. For instance, a worker invited into a private residence to repair an appliance.
- Licensees are relatives, friends and others who are social visitors to the property.
- Trespassers are on someone else’s property without permission.
The attorneys at our firm can explain the duties that property owners have toward each of those types of visitors.
Know your legal rights!
*Anyone that is in a store, shopping center, or even on a cruise ship has rights that should be protected by the owner of the premises.
*You may be eligible for even larger compensation than you think
*Don’t settle before you speak with an experienced attorney at Whitehead Law Group where we ensure that your legal rights to compensation are fully assessed and protected.
Get Free Legal Help for a Premises Liability Injury by Calling Whitehead Law Group at (305) 444-3886.