Injuries On Someone Else’s Property Deserve Compensation
If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you should consult with an attorney with experience handling premises liability cases. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, replacement of lost wages and financial acknowledgement of your pain and suffering.
Property Owner, Retailer, Landlord Liability
Schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney at The Townsley Law Firm if you have suffered harm through any of the following circumstances:
- Slip-and-fall accident
- Accident in a casino
- Accident in a restaurant or retail establishment
- Injury occurring on rental property
- Assault injury in a parking lot or parking garage
- Workplace violence
A detailed investigation, conducted as soon as possible after an accident on dangerous property, can help identify responsible parties and relevant insurance policies. Injuries on rental property may be due to landlord negligence and should be investigated. If you were injured at work, you most likely have a valid workers’ compensation claim. In addition, you may be entitled to recover compensation from any responsible third party such as a security company, a manufacturer or a subcontractor whose negligence contributed to your accident.
Should You File A Premises Liability Lawsuit? Ask Louisiana Attorneys.
With a premises liability case, as with any personal injury matter, it is important not to try to work with insurance companies on your own. You may not know how to identify all relevant insurers/at-fault parties. Furthermore, you may find it daunting or nearly impossible to overcome challenges and obstacles that insurance claims adjusters often put in the way of a timely, full payout of a claim. An experienced lawyer at The Townsley Law Firm can help you recover all available compensation to account for:
- Medical bills and related expenses
- Emergency room care, surgery, follow-up medical care, therapy and rehabilitation
- Lost wage replacement
- Pain and suffering, including loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of companionship in the case of a fatal accident