Many injuries occur on corporate property. If you are injured in an accident on corporate property, you may have a premises liability case. In such a case, it is important to quickly identify the potential defendants and put them on notice of your injury. Our lawyers will draft and send a preservation of the evidence letter on your behalf to protect all evidence in the hands of the company, such as video, incident reports and photographs of the scene. These corporations usually have in-house counsel and an abundance of financial resources compared to individuals.
Please try to level the playing field as soon as possible and schedule a meeting with us if you have sustained any of the following injuries.
Premises liability cases can be complex. Proving negligence is not always easy, but our experienced personal injury attorneys can determine if you have a case and develop a strategy to help you attain a positive outcome.
There is absolutely no fee to call our office and discuss your unique premises liability case with a member of our team. There is no fee for visiting with us and no hourly fee for the time we work on preparing your case, taking discovery and depositions, court appearances, and trial when necessary.
A contingent fee simply means that we do not get paid unless you recover a verdict or settlement. Our attorney fee is contingent upon you getting a recovery. It is a percentage (%) of the amount obtained through settlement or by trial.