Springfield Premises Liability Lawyers
Injured? Our Springfield Personal Injury Attorneys Can Help!
At Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci, we understand how traumatizing a premises liability issue can be. When you visit someone else’s home or place of business, the last thing you expect is to suffer a serious, even debilitation injury. Our firm is passionate about fighting for the rights of the injured, and want to make sure your voice is heard.
Why Choose Our Firm?
- More than 140 years of combined legal experience
- We center our practice around YOUR needs
- Proven trial advocacy
- No out-of-pocket fees or costs
For a free consultation, call our Springfield personal injury attorneys at (833) 600-0125.
Premises Liability Laws in Arkansas
When you enter a store or business, or even another person’s home, you have a right to expect the owner or manager of that property to maintain a reasonably safe environment. Unfortunately, if a property caretaker is careless about preventing hazards or fails to follow safety regulations, it could result in serious injury to anyone who steps foot on the property.
Property managers could be held liable for injuries that occur on their premises, like those caused by slip-and-fall accidents, amusement park mishaps, and animal attacks. If you were injured on another person’s property, make sure you take legal action to pursue justice and prevent others from suffering similar injury in the future.
Who Can File a Premises Liability Claim?
Once you enter the property as an invitee, licensee, or trespasser, you are legally entitled to certain protections from the property owner. Invitees are allowed the most premises liability protection because they were invited to the property to perform an act of business for the property owner or manager. Licensees, or invited guests, are also justified in expecting a safe atmosphere, though trespassers are usually given minimal protection because they were not invited to enter the property.
Whether you were harmed on someone else’s property as an invitee, licensee, or trespasser, if the negligence of another party contributed to your injury you could be eligible to seek compensation for your accident.
Types of Premises Liability Accidents
There are countless ways a residential property or place of business could be considered unsafe, and many different injuries that could happen as a result. However, there are a few common issues that premises liability cases cover.
Common types of premises liability cases include:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Construction accidents
- Amusement park accidents
- Water slide injuries
- Swimming pool injuries
- Dog bites
- Inadequate business security
- Failure to maintain a property
Let Our Fayetteville AR Personal Injury Lawyers Fight For You!
If you were injured on another person or company’s property, you may have a right to compensation for any resulting damages. Damages for these types of cases may include current and future medical expenses, loss of wages, and pain and suffering. If you think you have a case, our firm wants to hear from you.
Contact Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci in Springfield, MO to discuss your premises liability case.