Prove Driver Negligence in a Charlotte Car Accident Case
Aug 30, 2017 by Brown Moore Law
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The phrase “premises liability” is a legal term that refers to the responsibility that property owners have to keep visitors reasonably safe from injury. All property owners are subject to this legal responsibility: commercial property owners, government landowners and private property owners, as well as those who manage property for others.
If a person suffers an injury while on property owned by another, the property owner may be legally responsible to pay financial compensation. Premises liability lawsuits include situations such as:
In most, but not all, premises liability lawsuits, the plaintiff must show evidence that the property owner knew about the dangerous condition, or should have known about the dangerous condition, but did not make repairs or remedy the dangerous condition in a timely manner. Also, the property owner may be liable for failing to warn about a hazard about which the property owner knew or should have known.
The law firm of Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, in Charlotte offers decades of experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury lawsuits. We take seriously our role as advocates on behalf of injured people, and we fight hard to achieve full and fair compensation for our clients.
Our law firm has achieved a $185,000 settlement on behalf of a client who was injured when she tripped and fell outside the entrance to a retail store. We also recovered a $162,000 settlement for a client who sustained a knee injury while at a ski resort. Read more about our past successes in personal injury lawsuits.
If you have questions about your legal rights after an accident, contact our office to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with one of our lawyers. Call toll-free 844-452-3688 or contact us online.