Premises Liability Lawyer
What is premises liability?
While the word "premises" is referring to a particular area,
the word "liability" is referring to fault. Putting these two
words together describes a legal issue in which an individual was injured
on someone else's property. This is typically because the defendant
is claiming that the injuries were caused by the negligence of the property
owner. A property owner is under a certain level of responsibility to
maintain their property so that people who visit there do not become injured.
One example would be an office building that had a major crack in the
sidewalk outside of it. If a person tripped and fell because the property
owner did not fix the crack, the injured person may be able to file a
personal injury claim.
One common type of premises liability case is the slip & fall injury.
In its most basic form, this type of injury happens when a person slips,
trips or falls because of something that was not maintained that should
have been on a property that the injury victim does not own. You cannot
file a personal injury case under premises liability for an injury that
you sustained on your own property. If you believe that you have a case
against a property owner for their negligent action, then please don't
hesitate to contact Jones & Swanson today.
Affordable Personal Injury Representation
If you are looking for an attorney that is not only skilled, but affordable,
you have come to the right place. Our firm understands that attorney services
are often expensive, especially after you sustained an injury that may
have needed medical treatment. This is why, not only do we provide you
with a free case evaluation, but our services are free of charge until
we make a recovery for you. Learn more when you get in touch with our
Contact a Kennesaw premises liability attorney
at our offices today!