Injured on Someone Else’s Premises
When you legally enter someone’s property, our law says it is reasonable for you to expect to be safe while you are there. When you suffer injuries on someone’s property because of dangerous or unsafe conditions that the owner failed to fix or failed to warn you about, you may need the help of cassidyHEA injury law.
We can discuss the incident circumstances with you and your legal options for obtaining compensation for your injuries resulting from an injury on someone’s property, also known as an occupier’s liability case.
Occupier’s liability means that an owner or occupier of property may be responsible for the injuries that visitors suffer on that property if the owner or occupier fails to take steps to ensure those visitors are reasonably safe. Generally, the owner, occupier, the persons responsible for maintenance, and/or the tenant of a property may be responsible for injuries caused by unsafe or dangerous conditions on the property.
Through an occupier’s liability case, you may be able to obtain compensation for your:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Medical and other expenses
- Income loss
- Future income loss
- Loss of earning capacity and loss of opportunity
- Inability to do your household chores
- Future care costs
cassidyHEA injury law has extensive experience handling cases involving occupier’s liability and property-related injuries. We will be with you throughout the process: from the initial investigation through settlement negotiations, and through trial if that’s what it takes to get the best result for you.