Premises Liability

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Premises Liability holds property owners accountable for personal injuries that occurred due to criminal activity.  If a property owner did not provide adequate security  to maintain a safe environment for guests, customers, and tenants, then the owner may be found liable for injuries that occurred due to foreseeable crimes. For example, a sexual assault or murder that occurred at an apartment complex without adequate lighting, security officers, or gates when the complex owner knew that criminal activity was occurring in the area would constitute premises liability. No matter your injuries, let us review your case. We have experienced attorneys to help you fight for your case and will get you the compensation you deserve.

Common Types of Criminal Activity that Occur on a Property

  • Murder
  • Sexual Assault
  • Armed Burglary
  • Armed Robbery
  • Assault
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I be compensated for?

 

  • Medical expenses
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Physical limitations
  • Mental anguish

 

Who is held liable when I am injured on someone else’s property?

The property owner is who is held reliable when making a claim.

In what instance can I file a claim for premises liability?

If the injury you have sustained is directly linked to property owner negligence you can contact an attorney to investigate your situation. From there they will be able to determine whether you can file a claim.

How much is it to have an attorney look at my case?

The Potts Law Firm will look at your case for free.

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