Promoting Safety In Premises Liability Claims

Property owners and managers have a responsibility to maintain the premises safe for those who use the property. When people suffer injury on someone else's property, they often do not fully understand that they may be able to hold the property owner accountable. If a landlord, property management company, homeowner or business knows (or should know) of a dangerous condition on the premises, it has a responsibility to fix the problem or warn others of the hazard to prevent injury.

Types Of Hazards In Premises Liability Claims

When most people think about premises liability issues, they likely think about slip-and-fall-injuries. There are a number of hazards beyond slippery or faulty surfaces that can cause or contribute to serious personal injury.

For instance, failing to maintain smoke detectors in an apartment complex can lead to serious or fatal injuries if a fire breaks out. Inadequate security in a building located in a dangerous neighborhood may allow a resident, visitor or patron on the premises to suffer the indignity of an assault. Missing or broken handrails in a stairwell, faulty lighting, improperly stacked merchandise on a store shelf and a variety of other hazards can subject unsuspecting people to significant harm. A dog owner who fails to properly control his or her pet can be a real danger for others if the animal attacks.

A Personal Injury Attorney Committed To Seeking Justice

At the Grubb Law Firm, P.C., in Independence, Missouri, I take pride in providing the community with high-quality legal representation in premises liability claims. Often, the negligent actor will learn from the experience and take measures to increase safety in the future to protect families from having to live through the experience of having a loved one suffer through injury.

If you or a loved one has suffered harm due to a dangerous condition on another's property, I can review your accident and provide you with knowledgeable guidance concerning your legal options. I have nearly 30 years of experience fighting for the rights of clients. If a property owner, manager, landlord or other entity controlling the property was negligent in maintaining a safe premises, I will develop a sound strategy to represent your interests and hold the wrongdoer accountable. I have a solid track record in obtaining full and fair compensation for clients who have suffered harm.

Get A Free Case Evaluation From A Highly Experienced Lawyer

To learn more about your rights, I invite you to schedule a no-obligation, free consultation to discuss your harm. To request your meeting, call 816-252-8848 or send me a message online.