Although premises liability claims must be handled on a case-by-case basis, there are common accidents that may leave an individual eligible for premises liability compensation.
Common Causes of Premises Liability
Some of the common instances of premises liability include but are not limited to:
Slips and falls.
Dog bites and animal attacks
Swimming pool accidents.
Drowning and near-drowning accidents.
Icy or wet walkways, sidewalks, or stairs.
you may be entitled to compensation
Such injuries can lead to medical bills, ongoing therapy, or lost wages. Our team of attorneys has years of experience going up against the big insurance companies that represent retail chain stores and apartment complexes, and we can help get you the compensation you're entitled to.
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Our firm works on a 100% contingency fee basis for your insurance claim.
That means that when a case is taken on, we use our own money and resources to fight for clients. We will investigate, go to court, hire experts, and do whatever is necessary to win your case. We will never ask for any money upfront for contingency matters. No money is owed by the client to us if no monetary recovery is made. That is our promise.
The Cedrick D. Forrest Law Firm and
premises liability lawsuits
The experienced personal injury attorneys at The Cedrick D. Forrest Law Firm want to help you get back on your feet. We will keep you updated throughout the entire legal process and will work to bring you the justice and compensation you deserve as quickly as possible.
It's important that your attorney know where to look to find the evidence that will prove your case and maximize your recovery. After a traumatizing slip or fall, our desire is to remove as much stress from you as possible and take care of all the investigation, paperwork, phone calls, insurance, and other issues so that you can recover from your injuries.
How to prepare for a disaster
Know your evacuation zone and route.
Build your emergency kit.
Review your policy and confirm coverage.
Complete your home/business inventory checklist.