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Were You Injured On Another Person’s Property?


People get hurt in a range of locations, at home, at work, when visiting friends, and while on the properties of local businesses. If you are stressed about a range of injury-related expenses, know that damages on someone else’s property may mean you are entitled to compensation through a premises liability claim.

Slip and fall injuries are, unfortunately, common occurrences. While the locations where they can happen are diverse, when an injury is the result of a property not being maintained properly, a reckless party can be held accountable. There are professionals available to support your need for financial relief, speak to the legal team at Spencer Morgan Law to discuss your options.

Public Locations Where Slip and Fall Injuries Happen

When healing from an injury, holding a business accountable could be in reach if you experienced an accident injury in any of these common slip and fall locations.

  • Grocery stores. Wet floors, spills, and poorly maintained aisles can pose significant hazards in grocery stores. Shoppers may suffer injuries if the property owner fails to address these issues promptly.
  • Restaurants and dining establishments. Uneven surfaces, food and drink spills, and inadequate lighting in restaurants can lead to accidents. Establishments must prioritize customer safety.
  • Hotels and resorts. Pool areas, lobbies, and hallways in hotels may present slip and fall risks, especially if maintenance and safety measures are neglected.
  • Shopping centers. High foot traffic areas in malls can result in frequent spills and hazards. Property owners should maintain a safe environment for visitors to prevent accidents.
  • Residential properties. Homeowners can also be held liable for slip and fall accidents on their property. It also may be possible to access financial relief from an organization that manages your condominium or apartment complex if cracked sidewalks or poorly lit pathways resulted in harm.

Wherever an accident injury was sustained, collecting evidence is crucial for building a strong premises liability claim.

Challenges in Holding a Property Owner Liable

Proving liability in a premises liability claim can be challenging, this is especially true if the property owner you believe should be held liable was unaware of the hazardous condition and had no reasonable time to address it. Another complication is if there is a third party involved that the property owner thinks should be addressing accident-related expenses.

When complexities arise, the legal team at Spencer Morgan Law will assess the strength of your case with time and care, building a compelling argument for compensation. They can negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf and, if necessary, litigate to ensure your rights are protected.

Was a poorly maintained property the reason you are coping with a painful injury? If you’ve been injured on another person’s property, don’t hesitate to consult with the knowledgeable attorneys at Spencer Morgan Law. Our team can guide you through the legal process, ensuring you have the best chance of receiving fair compensation for your injuries and related expenses. To speak to a talented professional about the strength of your liability claim, call 305-423-3800 for a confidential assessment.

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