The law states that a property owner or occupier (or representatives of ownership, such as employees) has a duty to diligently monitor their property for hazards that could pose a threat to guests if they are not addressed in a timely manner. When a property owner becomes aware of a hazard, they must either eliminate it or take steps to ensure those on the premises are also aware of the hazard and can avoid it (for example, a warning sign).
Have you been injured in an accident because a property owner did not fulfill this duty? You may be eligible to recover compensation for such losses as your medical bills and lost wages if so.
Learn more about your legal options in these circumstances by reviewing your case with a Granite Falls, Washington premises liability attorney at Russell & Hill, PLLC. We will determine if you have grounds to take legal action against a negligent property owner or manager. If you do choose to file a claim and we believe you have a valid case, we will offer aggressive representation to help you pursue the compensation you may deserve.
The following are just a few examples of the types of accidents that can occur when property owners do not obey premises liability laws:
Don’t worry if none of the above describe your accident. This is not an exhaustive list. The best step to take if you have reason to believe you were injured because a property owner was negligent is to schedule a consultation with the experts at a reputable Granite Falls premises liability law firm.
If you’ve been injured due to a property owner’s carelessness, you can seek compensation for losses like your medical bills and lost wages by filing a claim to collect from their insurance. Your odds of recovering the compensation you deserve will typically be greater if you have legal representation.
Our Granite Falls premises liability lawyers can help by:
At Russell & Hill, our Granite Falls premises liability attorneys believe victims like yourself deserve fair compensation when accidents occur because property owners don’t address hazardous conditions. We’re prepared to fight for an appropriate settlement on your behalf if your case has merit. Learn more about how we can help by calling us at 800-529-0842 for a free consultation.