Charleston Premises Liability Lawyer
Have you been injured on another's property?
The American judicial system explicitly protects the rights of victims
who suffer injuries or illnesses on another's property. Under premises
liability law, all property owners are required to provide safe and healthy
conditions to their visitors, guests and any other person who is rightfully
permitted to be on their property. This means that should they fail to
keep guests safe from preventable harm, they can be held liable for the
physical, emotional and/or financial damages victims suffer.
Some of the most common examples of accidents and injuries where premises
liability can be applied include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog bites
- Pool accidents
- Falling objects
- Exposure to hazardous materials
- Third party assaults or attacks
personal injury attorneys are prepared to evaluate your case and determine precisely where
negligence and liability may fall. Premises owners can be held liable
for a number of negligent or careless acts, including health and safety
code violations, failing to address hazardous conditions, or failing to
adequately warn visitors of various dangers.
Regardless of the particular circumstances surrounding your accident and
injury, our legal team is prepared to use every facet of our collective
experience, legal knowledge, and resources to fully establish liability and
obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact a Charleston Personal Injury Attorney Today
more than $150 million dollars in compensation through verdicts and settlements, our firm's Charleston personal injury
lawyers have proven time and time again that we possess the experience,
legal skills and unwavering commitment needed to fight for the rights
of injured victims and their families.
As we are fully prepared to hold negligent premises owners liable for their
negligence, you can take confidence in the fact that we will fight aggressively
on your behalf throughout every step of your legal journey.
Contact McLeod Law Group, LLC to discuss the particularities of your case.