Under Arizona law, property owners generally have a duty to keep their premises safe and free from hazards that could injure visitors. If you are injured by a dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property, you may be able to pursue compensation for the medical bills and other losses you face. An experienced Phoenix premises liability lawyer can help you understand your rights and seek the fair resolution you deserve.
At Silkman Law Firm Injury & Accident Lawyer, we understand the frustration and stress that can come with recovering from injuries caused by a property owner’s carelessness or recklessness. When you turn to our firm to help with your case, you can expect attentive service and strategic legal representation. From the very beginning, we will work to take the stress off you.
Reach out to our firm today for a free consultation with an experienced Phoenix premises liability lawyer. There is no charge for us to start work on your case. You only pay us if we recover money for you.
What Is Premises Liability?
Premises liability refers to a specific type of personal injury claim that arises when someone is injured by the conditions on another party’s property. The law generally requires that property owners keep their premises in a safe condition for all lawful visitors. In a premises liability claim, the owner of the property (and their insurance company) is held liable for the expenses and losses that arise from the visitor’s injuries.
What Do You Have to Prove in Your Personal Injury Claim?
To succeed in a premises liability claim, you must prove that you were injured by a dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property while you were lawfully visiting the property. In addition, you must prove that:
- The condition that caused your injuries was either created by the property owner or the property owner had an obligation under the law to fix the condition or warn you of its presence.
- The property owner either knew of the condition or it existed long enough for the property owner to have discovered it and taken action.
Common Types of Premises Liability Cases We Handle
At Silkman Law Firm Injury & Accident Lawyer, we have extensive experience representing people who have been hurt in:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog attacks
- Incidents caused by negligent security
- Swimming pool accidents
- Sidewalk accidents
No matter how you were injured, if you believe the property owner is to blame, get legal advice as soon as possible. Time is limited for filing a premises liability claim. The sooner you take action, the better.
How Can a Phoenix Premises Liability Attorney Help?
Just because you were hurt on someone else’s property does not automatically entitle you to financial recovery in a premises liability claim. Instead, you must prove the property owner’s or other party’s liability under Arizona law. An experienced Phoenix premises liability attorney from our firm can help you protect your legal rights after an accident by:
- Investigating the accident, including recovering important evidence such as accident scene photos, surveillance video footage, or eyewitness statements
- Collaborating with accident reconstruction or engineering experts to review the evidence and determine how the accident occurred and who might be held responsible for your injuries
- Documenting your losses to ensure that we pursue fair and full compensation on your behalf
- Filing your claims for compensation with the property owner and other liable parties and their insurers, and vigorously pursuing maximum financial recovery for you in a negotiated settlement
- Pursuing your claims in court and taking your case to trial if necessary to leave no stone unturned in fighting for the maximum results you deserve
Demanding Full Compensation in a Civil Claims
After a serious accident, you may face major expenses and other losses as you struggle to recover. At Silkman Law Firm Injury & Accident Lawyer, we demand full compensation for our clients when they have suffered losses such as:
- Expenses for medical treatment and rehabilitation of injuries
- Expenses for home health services or long-term care of chronic or permanent injuries or disabilities
- Loss of income after missing time from work to recover from injuries
- Loss of earning capacity caused by permanent disabilities that impact the working ability
- Loss of quality of life because of disabilities or scarring/disfigurement
- Physical pain and emotional distress