Fayetteville Premises Liability Attorneys
Holding Negligent Owners Responsible
When you’re hurt in an incident on someone else’s property, the property owner could be held liable for your injuries. This includes accidents that occur in private residences or office buildings, as well as public areas such as parks, shopping malls, or stores. It may even include your child who was injured while playing on a poorly maintained, privately owned trampoline or swimming pool or when you or a loved one has been bitten by a dog. Our Fayetteville personal injury attorneys can help you determine if your medical bills and pain and suffering may be eligible for compensation.
Contact the office of Richard D. Hobbs & Associates at (770) 467-3372 to schedule your free case evaluation.
Property Owner Negligence Can Add Up
Negligence on the part of a property owner that results in injury can create a premises liability lawsuit. Negligence is defined as the property containing a dangerous condition that the owner or tenant was, or should have been, aware of and did not remedy the situation, resulting in bodily injury.
Examples of types of accidents that fall under premises liability include, but are not limited to:
- Failure to warn of hazardous conditions
- Structural defects
- Inadequately guarded swimming pool
- Collapsed decks or balconies
- Defective stairs or railings
- Defective doors
- Escalator and elevator accidents
- Exposure to hazardous materials
- Unnoticeable steps, slippery surfaces or uneven terrain
- Inadequate security
- Injuries from falling objects
- Slips, trips, and falls
Our Attorneys Are Ready to Help You
Our experienced Fayetteville premises liability lawyers represented one woman who slipped and fell on a substance dropped by another customer in a grocery store. After significant litigation, we settled her case of a shoulder injury resulting in surgery for $85,000. We helped her and we can help you, too.
Our firm will review your case and establish the liability involved. We will be aggressive in chasing down the property owner’s insurance company and proving your case against them. We will put all our efforts into making sure that you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries. When you retain our services, you always deal directly with one of our attorneys.
Reach out to the office of Richard D. Hobbs & Associates today at (770) 467-3372 to find out how we can assist you with your premises liability case.