Injuries Involving Dangerous Property
When an individual is attacked or injured on another person’s property, he or she might be entitled to recover monetary compensation for damages. These cases can be challenging due to recent societal backlash; however, our experienced personal injury attorneys will aggressively pursue the compensation you are owed.
At Gaar Law Firm in Lafayette, our personal injury lawyers have 58 combined years of experience handling a wide range of cases involving dangerous property. We understand the frustration that follows being injured in an area where your safety should be guaranteed by attentive property managers and security staff. Property owners, managers, operators and landlords have a duty to provide a safe environment for consumers, patrons, tenants and visitors. When accidents occur, it is crucial to hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions.
Common Examples Of Dangerous Property
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Premises can be dangerous for any number of reasons, including:
- Uneven pavement
- Broken tiles
- Torn carpeting
- Slippery or wet surfaces
- Broken stairs
- Defective handrails
- Poorly lit areas
- Materials or products lining the floor
- Unsecured perimeters
- Lack of surveillance cameras
- Negligent or inadequate security staff
A claim against the negligent property owner or their insurance company can help you recover compensation for your financial losses and focus on your recovery. It can also hold property owners accountable and help prevent someone from experiencing similar injuries in the future.
If you or a loved one has suffered a significant injury on someone else’s property, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced attorney. We can listen to the facts of your case and provide an honest and realistic assessment of the obstacles you might face. By working with your chosen medical provider, we can gain a clear understanding of your injuries and the impact they might have on the rest of your life. Contact us to learn more about your options for compensation.
At Gaar Law Firm, we take all of our cases on a contingency fee basis. This means it will cost you nothing to have an attorney on your case. We collect our fee when you collect from the persons responsible for your injuries. Contact one of our experienced attorneys at the Gaar Law Firm today to learn more about our services. Your initial consultation is always free.