Personal injury claims that occur on other people’s property are controlled by case law as well as statutes. The determination of whether you can receive compensation is driven by the facts in your individual situation. What you were doing on the property and how you came to be on the property at the time of the injury can affect your claim. Contracts such as leases and releases can create or prevent a cause of action against a property owner, or those expected to maintain or repair the property.
Consultations with our attorneys are free and it is important to talk about your case before you settle or sign releases in your case. Contact our firm and speak with one of our attorneys today.
When you've been seriously injured, all you really want is to get things back to normal. Unfortunately, the insurance companies are all too aware that you'd like to put this all behind you, and will offer you less than you deserve as a result. To ensure you are treated fairly, contact us today for a free initial consultation.
We have extensive experience securing successful results for our accident & injury clients.
We limit the number of cases we accept to ensure that you are getting the attention your case deserves.
We accept cases on a contingency fee, meaning we are only paid if we secure a good result on your behalf.