What To Do If You Have Been Injured On Someone Else’s Property
Property owners have the responsibility of keeping their property safe for visitors. When they neglect their property, it can create a dangerous situation and cause injuries to those visiting the site. If you or a loved one has been injured on someone else’s property, talk to a lawyer as soon as possible.
At Vogel Law Firm, we understand the impact that a personal injury can have on your life. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling cases in which someone has been injured on property owned by someone else, which are called premises liability cases. These can be complex cases and require the insight of attorneys with knowledge of the related laws and experience handling premises liability matters.
Types Of Premises Liability Cases
Premises liability can take many forms. Typically, anything that occurs on a commercial or residential owner’s property can be considered a premises liability matter. Common types of premises liability situations that we handle include:
- Improper maintenance of the property
- Dog bites
- Toxic exposure to fumes or chemicals
- Swimming pool accidents
- Inadequate security
In many cases, the property owner can be liable if they knew or should have known about a dangerous or potentially dangerous condition, they did not warn visitors about the condition or repair it in a timely manner and a visitor was injured by this condition.
Why Choose Us After An Injury?
At Vogel Law Firm, our premises liability lawyers are committed to upholding clients’ rights and fighting for just compensation. We know how devastating a serious injury or fatal injury can be on all aspects of your life, including your job and your family.
With our extensive resources and commitment to excellence, we have the capability of handling cases in Montana, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Over the years, we have helped countless clients in their pursuit of justice, and we are ready to help you.
Talk To Us Today About Your Case
We take each and every case on an individual basis, meaning that we take the time to know you, your needs and your circumstances before crafting a solution that is tailored to your situation. Call us today at 866-771-9930 or contact us online.