Premises Liability: Get Your Questions Answered
Premises liability is a legal concept that refers, roughly speaking, to the responsibility of a property owner to keep his or her premises safe — and his or her accountability when someone is hurt on those premises. Some personal injury attorneys are skilled at litigating cases that involve premises liability.
If you or a member of your family was seriously hurt on someone else’s property — whether or not you believe anyone was negligent — talk to an attorney about whether a claim or lawsuit is in your best interest. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and losses.
Respecting And Protecting The Rights Of Injured People And Their Families
As your law firm, we can answer your important questions about premises liability and help you resolve your case as favorably as possible. Many people ask us questions like:
- What if my child was hurt at a friend’s or neighbor’s home?
- In a dog bite case, do you file a claim against the pet owner’s homeowners insurance?
- What if my child was bitten by a neighbor’s dog? Do I have to sue my neighbor?
- Who is responsible for an accident at a public or private pool?
- What can I do if a family member was injured at a beach or lake?
- What recourse do I have following a boating accident?
- Who is to blame for a security or safety problem in a public space such as a store, mall or restaurant?
- Is my injury serious enough to form the basis of a slip-and-fall case?
- What are my options if my child was injured at camp, in school or while playing a sport?
Every liability case is different. If your life has been impacted by a serious injury, make sure you get your important questions answered by a lawyer.
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Contact Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in New Haven for a free consultation. We welcome the opportunity to talk to you.