By Your Side After Premises Injuries
Property owners generally have a duty to keep their property in a reasonably safe condition. Unfortunately, not all property owners faithfully fulfill that responsibility. If you have been injured on someone else’s property because they failed to keep it reasonably safe, that property owner may be required to compensate you for losses related to your injury.
At Burns & Associates, PLLC, we help Jackson residents (and greater Hinds county) who have been hurt on another’s property. We are committed to holding negligent property owners responsible for their failures.
Were You Hurt in a Store?
Premises liability claims are often based on injuries such as:
- Slippery surfaces causing falls
- Falling merchandise/boxes
- Forklifts colliding with customers
These types of injuries occur in:
- Retail stores
- Shopping centers
- Grocery stores
- “Big box” stores (Home Depot, TJ Maxx)
Key elements that would allow an injured party to recover compensation would be if the property owner or someone responsible to them caused the conditions that caused your injury, they should have known of the conditions that caused your injury, or they did know of the conditions that caused your injury but did nothing to correct those conditions.
The conditions could be liquid in a trafficked area, a buckled sidewalk, accumulated ice or snow, or any condition that could create the risk of injury in patrons. Any type of unsafe property can potentially create liability.
Talk To An Attorney Today
If you have been injured on the property of another, call 601-500-7021, toll free at 888-850-3120, or simply contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our experienced lawyers.