The Valente Law Group: Understanding Personal Injury And Premises Liability

If you need a personal injury lawyer, The Valente Law Group is here to help. Premises liability law is one type of personal injury lay and can be confusing. Our premises liability lawyers are here to help guide you through your case.

Our team understands that personal injury situations can be difficult and overwhelming, which is why we’re committed to provide each and every one of our clients with great representation.

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What’s Premises Liability?

Premises liability is one of the types of personal injury cases under tort law. This legal term refers to a property owner’s potential responsibility to a victim of unsafe conditions or an inadequately functioning item on their property (or premise).

What is Negligence?

The premises owner’s negligence is the inability to keep the property free of dangerous circumstances. For example, if a property owner fails to warn visitors about a wet surface that may cause a fall, the owner will be held responsible for any injuries which occur.

What Is Personal Injury Liability?

Personal injury law covers any type of physical or psychological injury resulting from another person’s negligence.

At The Valente Law Group, we have worked with  many different types of personal injury cases including:

  • Slip and Falls
  • Dog Bites
  • Assault and Battery
  • Excessive Force
  • Brain Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents
  • Burn Injuries
  • Amputations

How Premises Liability is relevant In Personal Injury Cases?

There are 3 different ways premises liability can come into play in a personal injury case:

  1. When a dangerous condition on the property injures an individual.
  2. When an individual is injured by inadequate security on the property.
  3. When an individual is injured by defective equipment on the property.

At The Valente Law Group, we have premises liability lawyers who can help you with your case no matter how it occurred.

Premises Liability Claims: Types

You can bring many different types of premises liability claims to court. The most common are:

Slips And Falls

Slips and falls are the most known type of premises liability claim. They can be caused by anything from a wet floor to a pothole in the parking lot.

Inadequate Security

If you’ve been a victim of a crime on someone else’s property, you might have a premises liability claim against the owner of the property due to inadequate security.

Defective Equipment

If you’ve been injured by defective equipment or faulty machinery on someone else’s property, you may have a premises liability claim against the property owner. 

For example, if an owner encourages a contractor to use his equipment and has not done any proper inspections or knows the equipment is not in the best condition, a case can be built against the property owner. 

Premises Liability Compensations

The compensation you may be entitled to will depend on the type and severity of your injuries. Some possible premises liability compensations are:

  • Pay medical bills
  • Cover lost wages
  • Pain and suffering needs
  • Punitive damages
  • Wrongful Death

4 Tips On What To Do In Premises Liability Cases

If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, the following are four tips to keep in mind:

  1. Get medical attention.
  2. Contact a premises liability lawyer.
  3. Don’t sign any doc from the insurance company.
  4. Keep records of your injury and expenses.

Find Your Personal Injury Attorney At The Valente Law Group

Are you looking for a personal injury attorney to help you with a premises liability case? If so, the Valente Law Group is here to help. As premises liability lawyers, we understand that these cases can be confusing and overwhelming, and that’s where we come in.

We believe that each of our clients deserves strong representation, which is why we’re committed to providing each client with the individual attention they need and deserve. Get a free consultation by contacting us.

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