Were You Injured On Someone Else’s Property?
Property owners have a duty to provide a safe place for people they invite in. This means that businesses such as grocery stores, restaurants, malls and other public spaces like those need to maintain their premises â€” performing maintenance, cleaning spills and removing obstructions that might cause someone to slip or trip.
The risks people face on other’s premises include:
- Spilled liquids
- Products in the aisle
- Loose entrance mats
- Sand, gravel or other debris
- Broken pavement (parking lots, walkways, etc.)
- Large items falling from shelves
- Faulty stairs
- Inadequate lighting
Anything that can pose a risk to a person needs to be addressed. Property owners need to take action to ensure their property is safe. Beyond repairing issues, they also need to be on the lookout for issues such as spills and other hazards. That is also part of their duty to maintain a safe premises.
Building a case against a property owner entails not just showing that you were injured on the property, but also that the property owner knew or should have known about the hazard. Our firm knows how to dig in and find the evidence necessary to show:
- The extent of your injuries
- The cause of your injuries
- That the owner knew or should have known about the hazardous condition that harmed you
More Than 75 Years Of Combined Experience
At Greer McKown, we have been helping people fight for what they deserve after being injured for decades. The decades of combined experience we have acquired allow us build cases that truly help people. Because of our litigation skills and experience we are able to act as strong advocates for our clients in negotiations and at trial. We are committed to helping people secure settlements and verdicts that provide them with access to the medical care and financial support they deserve.