We recently discussed attractive nuisances and how this legal concept can impact your ability to seek compensation if your child is injured on another person's property. It is important to realize that this type of premises liability claim is only one of the possible claims that might be made when you or your child is injured on another person's property.
Premises liability claims encompass a vast array of accidents. If you slip on someone's front step because it is icy, you might opt to file a claim. The same is true if you trip over a crack in a parking lot or if you slip on a wet floor. All of these cases fall under the umbrella of premises liability.
We know that you might not be sure where to go from here. You got the medical care that you needed, but now the bills are coming in and you don't think you should have to pay them. We can help you learn your options for seeking compensation for the injuries that you suffered.
When we look into your case, we will help you to learn about what options you have. In some cases, we might be able to seek compensation from more than one party. The property owner and the owner's insurance company might be held accountable in your claim. We will be able to help you learn about who can be named as a defendant when we evaluate your claim.
There are many considerations that we need to factor into your claim. Your medical costs, including those that will occur in the future, and any missed wages are only two of these concerns. If you are ready to seek compensation for the injury that has affected your life, we are here to help.