Then you need an experienced Premises Liability Attorney to advocate for fair compensation.

Common sense, life experience, and powers of observation tell us that our environments are full of accidents waiting to happen due to hazardous design and negligent maintenance. Your recourse for an injury suffered as a result depends largely on the timeliness and quality of your legal representation, because the parties responsible will say the incident was your fault, and try to dissuade you from seeking compensation for damages. That’s why you need a lawyer who knows how to fight back.

In order to be successful in a personal injury claim, the victim has the responsibility of proving the necessary elements of duty, breach of duty, causation, and damages. A case may be brought against a homeowner, business, employer, or a government entity.

Premises liability law can be applied to many types of accidents, including but not limited to:

  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Stairway falls
  • Construction site accidents
  • Improper pool security
  • Home improvement store accidents
  • Unsafe security at events
  • Unsafe workplace environments
  • Falling trees
  • Uneven walkways

You or your loved one may be eligible to gain substantial compensation for these types of damages:

  • Medical expenses: Reimbursement for medical expenses already billed and anticipated future expenses. We can also help negotiate down your billed medical expenses after you receive the settlement or judgement, resulting in maximum compensation for you.
  • Loss of income: If the incident and its aftermath impacted your income and projected future earnings, you are entitled to compensation.
  • Out-of-pocket expenses: Any other expenses related to the accident, for example: co-pays, transportation, uncovered medical expenses, household care services, etc.
  • Punitive Damages: When the wrongdoer’s negligence was reckless and egregious, victims may receive a punitive award in addition to the other damages. These are often awarded in such cases, in the interests of public safety.
  • Property damage: Payments for repair or replacement of vehicles or other valuable property.
  • Pain and suffering: Payback for the physical human costs suffered during or as the result of an accident.
  • Emotional distress: Compensation for the mental anguish and psychological trauma of the event and its aftermath.
  • Loss of enjoyment: If injuries impact your ability to do the things you like to do that contribute to your normal quality of life.
  • Loss of consortium: Loss of relationship with a spouse, relative, or other close loved one.
  • See Also: Wrongful Death in the case of the death of a loved one.

Aaron Boland has gained substantial settlements for clients who suffered harm due to dangerous environmental conditions. He knows the intricacies of the law and insurance company practices. If you’re not happy with their settlement offer, we will be prepared to go to trial.

Contact the law office of Aaron Boland today for a free consultation.

You pay no fees until we win.