Premises Liability

Chalmette Premises Liability Attorneys

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Premises liability is a legal term that refers to the responsibility of property owners and occupiers to keep their premises reasonably safe for others. When a property owner or occupier fails to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition, and someone is injured as a result, the injured party may have grounds to file a premises liability claim. Such claims are based on the fact that the property owner/occupier was negligent in their duty to keep the property safe and that this negligence led to the victim’s damages.

To learn more about your case, call our premises liability lawyers in Chalmette at (504) 470-0738 today, or fill out our online contact form.

What Are Common Types of Premises Liability Cases?

There are many types of premises liability cases. Some of the most common types involve slip and falls and swimming pool accidents. However, any time someone is injured on another person’s property, whether it be a home, retail store, or another type of commercial property, they may have a valid premises liability claim. These cases can be highly complex, so seeking legal counsel from an experienced attorney who can help you understand your rights and options is important.

What Do I Have to Prove in a Premises Liability Case?

In order to hold a property owner or occupier liable for your injuries, you must prove the following elements of a premises liability claim:

  • There was a hazardous condition on the property
  • The property owner/occupier was aware of the hazardous condition or should have been reasonably aware of it
  • The property owner/occupier failed to take proper action to address the hazardous condition and/or failed to adequately warn of it
  • You suffered injuries and/or other damages as a direct result of the hazardous condition

It is important that you work with an experienced premises liability attorney who can help you gather evidence and build a strong case that clearly establishes these elements.

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Can I Sue for a Slip & Fall Injury?

If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident on another person’s property, you may have grounds to sue. Slip and fall cases are one of the most common types of premises liability claims. These cases are based on the fact that the property owner or occupier was negligent in their duty to keep the premises reasonably safe, which resulted in the victim’s injuries and damages.

Slip and fall injuries can be serious and result in significant medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, our team at Tonry & Giraud can help you understand your rights and whether you have grounds for a claim. We can also help you navigate the legal process and fight for the maximum compensation you are owed.

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