Do You Have A Premises Liability Claim?
Property owners have a duty to maintain safe premises. This includes owners of businesses such as shopping malls, retail stores, restaurants, bars, hotels and gas stations, as well as owners of apartment complexes and rental properties. When they fail to maintain safe premises and a visitor suffers a serious injury, the visitor may be able to pursue compensation through a specific type of personal injury claim called a premises liability claim.
It is important to understand that just because you were injured on a property does not automatically make the property owner responsible. There has to be some indication that negligence occurred. Did the property owner, management or staff cause the hazard that led to the injury? Were they aware of the hazard but failed to remedy it? If so, you may have a case. At Scardina Law in Denver, we are happy to review the situation and advise you.
Skilled Representation In All Types Of Accidents
Our lawyers represent people in Colorado premises liability claims of all kinds, including:
- Slip-and-fall accidents or trip-and-fall accidents: These are accidents where a visitor to a property slipped on a spill or tripped over an object in a walkway and suffered an injury.
- Staircase accidents: Did you fall down steps because of a missing handrail, a broken step, an object on the stairs, a slippery step or another issue?
- Swimming pool accidents: These are complex cases that may involve drowning, diving injuries, and slip-and-fall injuries as a result of a poorly maintained or unguarded pool.
Whatever the case may be, if you believe that it was caused by the property owner’s action or inaction, we encourage you to get in touch with us.