Individuals who are hurt due to the negligence of someone else may find themselves making a personal injury claim to get compensation for injuries, missed work, and medical care. Premises liability can play a big part in a personal injury claim and can help determine who should be held accountable for your damages and losses.
Premises liability helps those who were hurt on another person’s property get the help that they need. In order to file a claim under premises liability, the property owner must be at fault for negligence.
It’s important to note that the facts of each case must be considered before filing a claim. You will have to prove that the owner ignored a danger on the property and did not take steps to correct the hazard and provide a safe environment.
There are a variety of different premises liability accidents. Some of the most common include slip-and-fall accidents, dog bites, and swimming pool accidents.
An attorney will fight to get compensation for an individual's needs when filing a premises liability claim. This may include compensation for pain and suffering, medical care, and missed work days. It will be the goal of your personal injury attorney to help you recover as much as possible so that you can return to a normal life.
Property owners can limit personal injury claims by taking care of their property and fixing concerns when they arise. It is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure that their property is safe from danger. When someone is hurt because of a property owner’s negligence, they could be entitled to financial compensation.
If you have been injured on someone else’s property, whether it is your next-door neighbor’s yard or a supermarket, you might have the option to seek a settlement through a premises liability claim.
The Law Offices of Casey D. Shomo can help you get justice and ensure that no one else is hurt in the same type of accident. Call us at 561-659-6366 or visit us online for a free consultation.