A visit with your neighbor just turned awkward...because you fell on the crumbling gravel of their front porch. And now your arm is broken.
You're facing months of post-surgery recovery. What to do? When this happens at a business, hotel, shopping mall or even personal property that is being poorly maintained, a liability claim can arise out of that negligence.
Property owners and managers are responsible for ensuring the safety of their premises. When they fail to do so and someone is injured as a result, the attorneys of Feagans Law Group can provide you with the legal assistance necessary to ensure medical bills are paid, lost wages are reimbursed, and additional compensation is awarded for pain and suffering — so that you can focus on recovery.
Examples of premises liability can include cracks in sidewalks, loose railings, temporary construction or hazards, improper lighting, wet floors, and more. It is the property owner or manager’s responsibility to maintain their property. It is also their responsibility to make sure that maintenance issues are rectified, mitigated or safeguarded.
If you are injured on someone else's property and you believe that proper maintenance would have kept your accident – then contact us at Feagans Law Group to discuss the details of the incident. The consultation is free, and we’ll let you know if we feel you have a case.