Phoenix Premises Liability Attorneys
Strategic & Knowledgeable Advocacy Is Our Commitment to Clients
Premises liability is a complex area of law. The team at Folger Law Firm provides representation for individuals injured in premises liability cases, including slip and fall accidents. We are experienced and knowledgeable, with a reputation for strategic advocacy and winning results. If you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property due to unsafe or outright hazardous conditions, it’s a good idea to receive legal help. We encourage you to schedule a free consultation with one of our Phoenix premises liability lawyers today.
What Causes Premises Liability Claims?
Premises liability law typically is applied in cases where an individual’s injury or death was incurred due to the risky, hazardous, or unsafe conditions on another individual’s property.
These types of conditions may include and are not limited to:
- Chemical fumes
- Dangerous or improperly maintained escalators
- Fires and smoke
- Icy sidewalks
- Improperly maintained or malfunctioning elevators
- Insufficient security
- Loose roofing materials including shingles
- Missing railings
- Missing steps
- Poor lighting
- Swimming pools without fencing
- Water leaks/flooding
- Wet floors, especially if left unmarked
Proving Liability in Slip & Fall & Other Premises Liability Claims
People who are injured in slip and falls often sustain serious injuries, including:
- Back and neck injuries,
- Broken bones,
- Head trauma, and
- Spinal cord damage.
In the most severe accidents, people may sustain fatal injuries. Other property accidents, such as swimming pool accidents and falling objects, are also likely to cause serious injuries to the victims.
At Folger Law Firm, we care deeply about our clients and work hard to seek the full compensation to which they are entitled. We vigorously pursue full compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other forms of available relief. We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we obtain compensation for you.
When Do I Have a Premises Liability Case?
Premises liability law ensures that property owners have a “duty of care.” They must ensure that their property is up to a certain standard. If visitors are injured on their property—even, in some cases, if the visitor was trespassing—property owners may be held liable for their injuries. The plaintiff must show that the owner of the property knew about the hazardous condition or should have known about it and failed to remedy the problem.
Arizona premises liability law is complex, but the right Phoenix personal injury lawyer can achieve impressive results in your case. Allow us to help you investigate the accident, calculate your losses, and build you a claim so that you can receive the maximum compensation you deserve.