Slip and Fall
Individuals are frequently injured by dangerous conditions at public places or private homes. Frequently, these conditions were known to the owner and unrepaired or no warning was provided to the individual. Property owners have a duty to make sure their property is reasonably safe for visitors or to warn visitors that a dangerous condition exists on their property. Property owners who fail to meet this duty may be responsible for any resulting injuries.
If the owners of the property were negligent in creating the danger, failing to fix the danger or failing to warn of the danger, the owners may be responsible for any injuries incurred as a result of the dangerous condition. Property owners’ negligence extends to slip-and-fall accidents, dog bites, swimming pool accidents, and other injuries.
Premises liability cases involve multiple issues, including, whether the dangerous condition in fact existed, whether the plaintiff was negligent in failing to pay attention to his or her surroundings, whether the injured party used the property normally, and what party is responsible for the damages.
Because of the complex issues involved in a premises liability case, it is important to hire an experienced attorney to ensure that they are navigating the complex legal issues while ensuring that you get compensation for lost wages, the costs of medical bills, and any other losses attributable to your accident. Call the attorneys at Grand Strand Law Group for a free evaluation and for compassionate and aggressive representation.