Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable After A Premises Liability Injury
If you’ve been injured due to unsafe conditions on someone else’s property, you have a right to seek financial compensation for the harm you have suffered. One of the responsibilities that property owners accept when they invite others to their home or business is the legal principle of “premises liability,” which simply means that the property owner has a legal obligation to keep their property reasonably safe.
Premises liability applies in more places than many people realize. If you live in an apartment or another type of rental property, the blame for an injury suffered in your own home may fall partly on your landlord, if they have failed to adequately maintain the space or provide sufficient security.
At Numinen, DeForge & Toutant, P.C., we will help you understand premises liability. If you are not sure whether your injury qualifies for litigation, we can quickly give you an answer. At our first meeting, we will explain exactly how we can help, and we will work with you to craft a legal strategy designed to obtain the maximum available compensation for your injury.
Experienced Legal Support In A Wide Range Of Premises Liability Matters
Premises liability injuries can take many forms, including:
- Slip-and-fall injuries in stores, restaurants or bars
- Injuries suffered in vacation homes
- Swimming and boating accidents
- Propane tank explosions
- Fires caused by grills or heaters
- Injuries from bar fights or altercations in parking lots due to insufficient security
No matter what type of injury you have suffered, we will help you exercise your rights and seek financial compensation through personal injury litigation.
Learn More About Your Options At A Consultation
Our attorneys work with clients in Marquette County, Houghton County and throughout the Upper Peninsula. With our contingency fee pricing, our personal injury clients will not owe any legal fees until we recover compensation on their behalf.
Contact us to schedule your initial consultation. Please call 906-464-6977 or send our office an email.