Premises Liability

EXPERIENCED PREMISE LIABILITY LAWYER

Have you been hurt at an unsafe premise? Are you still suffering from an accident due to a dangerous condition that could, or should, have been prevented? People get hurt every day in accidents because of dangerous and unsafe conditions. If someone was aware of the dangerous circumstances and they did nothing about it, then it could be grounds for a premises liability lawsuit. Likewise, even if a dangerous condition exists without anyone being aware, the property owner could still be held liable for not knowing about the dangerous condition. In any case, anyone who is hurt due to an unsafe condition or premises should speak with a premises liability attorney as soon as they can.

Common Premises Liability Accidents

he following are some of the common types of premises liability cases we handle on a regular basis:

There are all kinds of ways people can be hurt at a dangerous premises. Some of these accidents are probably obvious, while others may have never crossed your mind. T

  • Slips and falls due to a wet floor, icy conditions or uneven surfaces
  • A defective elevator or escalator that causes an injury
  • Being cut by an unmarked sharp object in a public place
  • Falling from a broken deck or balcony
  • Being bitten or attacked by a dog or other kind of animal
  • Suffering an injury due to toxic or chemical exposure
  • Dangerous or damaged property that should have been repaired
  • Accidents on stairs or porches or balconies
  • Being hurt because of a failure to properly warn of danger
  • Bad electrical wiring that causes shock or fire

Fighting for Those Hurt in a Dangerous Premises

People get hurt in all kinds of situations and sometimes, there is nothing they can do about it legally. However, in many other instances there are legal avenues that can be pursued. When you are hurt in any kind of accident, like the ones listed above, for example, you should consider filing a personal injury claim or a premises liability lawsuit. Many times the negligent party, or parties, is quick to offer a settlement so they can put the situation behind them and move on. However, these settlements are rarely in the best interest of the victim. If you have been hurt and someone offers you a quick settlement, don’t accept it without first speaking with a lawyer. You could be costing yourself a lot of money in damages. Nickola Law fights for you and we put your best interest at the forefront of what we do. We won’t settle until you’re satisfied.

Contact A Premises Liability Attorney

At the Law Office of Nickola we know that people get hurt every day in situations that they might not recognize as dangerous; but there are many common accidents that can actually qualify as premises liability cases. However, many victims don’t understand how these cases work and they are not aware that someone could be held accountable for their injuries. That’s why it’s always a good idea to speak with a personal injury attorney if you have been hurt in a public place, or even at a private residence. The fact is many injuries that occur could be due to someone’s negligence, which means you might be eligible for compensation. So give us a call at 810-767-5420 or contact us online to see if you have a sufficient reason to file a claim. Don’t ever settle without first speaking to an attorney.

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Flint, MI 48502

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