Rogersville Premises Liability Lawyers
Have You Been Hurt On Someone Else’s Property?
Whether or not they realize it, property owners and managers in Rogersville have a duty to the public to keep their premises safe. The property owner could be held liable when someone is injured due to dangerous conditions or neglect.
When you or a family member suffer injuries due to someone else’s negligence, it is crucial to work with a well-versed personal injury attorney in this area of law, known as premises liability, to get the accident compensation you deserve.
Call (423) 418-8469 or contact our attorneys online to learn more about premises liability during a free consultation!
The Rogersville premises liability attorneys at Stapleton Law Office help people in Rogersville and throughout East Tennessee who has suffered a personal injury because of the negligence of others. Our attorneys use their extensive experience and legal knowledge to fight hard for people who need assistance.
What Is Premises Liability?
Until you find yourself in need of a premises liability lawyer, you may be unfamiliar with this aspect of civil law. In short, when an injury occurs due to some kind of dangerous condition on someone else’s property, the property owner or manager might be liable for damages.
This could relate to the failure to properly maintain the property over time, not addressing a hazardous incident quickly enough, or failure to keep visitors to the property out of danger.
This includes incidents such as:
- Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents: This could be due to an icy sidewalk, uneven pavement, a spill or dangerous product display at a store, or any number of situations where someone would reasonably expect to find safe conditions.
- Injuries sustained by tenants or visitors to a rental property: This could be as a result of poorly maintained heating or cooling equipment, improper use of household or industrial chemicals, or inadequately maintained common areas such as hallways or stairwells.
- Failure to maintain adequate security: This could include something such as a nightclub where a fight breaks out and innocent bystanders are injured. Property owners can also be held liable for injuries caused by pets or other animals, such as dog bite injuries.
Get Started on Your Case Today
If you have been injured on someone else's property, call our firm today to discuss the details of your case. Our firm is backed by 35+ years of experience and a track record of success. In fact, we have recovered millions for injury victims over the years. Call our legal team today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to get started.