Property owners have a responsibility to keep their properties safe and secure to protect people from serious injury. Far too often, people are seriously injured at apartment complexes, rental properties, grocery stores, retail stores and other places because there were unsafe conditions on the property.
If you have been injured on property owned by a business, landlord, private homeowner or other entity, contact Langdon & Emison for a free case evaluation. We will evaluate your potential claim at no upfront cost to you to determine whether you have a premises liability claim.
What is Premises Liability?
A premises liability lawsuit holds a property owner responsible for causing a person’s injuries because the owner neglected the property or failed to maintain it in a safe manner. Common premises liability cases include:
- Owners of apartment complexes, rental properties or houses fail to maintain safe and sound structures, such as stairs.
- Apartment complexes and hotels provide inadequate security, leading to injuries from battery, sexual assault or gunshots.
- Residences fail to test and maintain critical equipment such as fire detectors and call-for-aid systems when elderly residents need emergency assistance.
- Utility companies fail to maintain safe power lines or provide adequate training to utility workers, resulting in electrical shock injuries or electrocutions.
Slip and Fall Cases
A “slip and fall” is one of the most common types of premises liability cases. The slip and fall lawyers at Langdon & Emison will investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to determine who may be legally responsible for your injuries. Common conditions that lead to slip and fall accidents include:
- Unsafe stairs.
- Wet or slippery floors or other surfaces.
- Work equipment in public areas that created an unnecessary hazard to others.
- Deteriorated or uneven sidewalks and parking lots.
- Poor lighting.
- Merchandise falling from shelving.
- Torn carpeting or unbalanced flooring.
- Defective furniture.
- Potholes in parking lots or other public areas.
- Dog bites.
Our lawyers have represented clients who have suffered many types of injuries in premises liability cases, including:
- Head trauma or brain injuries.
- Broken bones and sprained ankles.
- Spinal injuries.
- Back injuries.
- Gunshot wounds.
Often, people who are injured on poorly maintained property suffer serious injuries that can have long-term, lasting effects. If you are injured and have a premises liability claim, it is important to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. The premises liability attorneys at Langdon & Emison can evaluate your case to determine if you should be compensated for:
- Lost wages.
- Medical bills.
- Pain and suffering.
- Other losses.
If you have been injured in an accident that occurred because of a dangerous or negligent condition on property owned by an individual or a business, contact Langdon & Emison for a free consultation today at 866-931-2115 or click on the chat button for help.
What does it mean when a law firm offers a “free consultation”?
Langdon & Emison is a personal injury law firm that works on a contingency-fee basis, which means you pay no money upfront to have your injury case evaluated. This also means that if we do not win your case, you owe our law firm nothing for the work done on your case.
At Langdon & Emison, our lawyers will:
- Meet with you;
- Listen to the details about your accident or injury;
- Explain your legal rights and options based on the information provided; and
- Determine if you have a personal injury case.
All of this is done at no charge to you. Before you meet with a lawyer, always ask whether there is a charge for the initial meeting or consultation. At Langdon & Emison, we always offer free consultations with our lawyers if you have been injured or lost a loved one in an accident.
If you have been injured in a premises liability accident or any other type of accident, contact Langdon & Emison for a free consultation at 866-931-2115, click on the chat button or submit a form through our website. Contact us today.