Strong Representation For Victims Of Dangerous Property Conditions
The owners of any public or private property are responsible for the safe maintenance of those properties. Specifically, they are obligated to provide proper signage, including warning signs, so residents and visitors are aware of any dangerous property conditions. In addition, property owners must make a concerted effort to correct hazards and dangers as soon as possible after they are discovered.
If conditions are not corrected by the management companies and property owners who are responsible for maintaining safe premises, devastating accidents can occur leaving individuals with serious or even fatal injuries. The victim or the surviving family members are then able to take action against the negligent owner or company under premises liability law and seek compensation for the losses they have suffered, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Handling All Types Of Premises Liability Claims
Since 1971, Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, L.L.C., has represented clients in Lafayette County and throughout mid-Missouri who have suffered injuries due resulting from hazardous premises in and around gas stations, parking lots, malls and retail stores, hotels, restaurants, apartment buildings and other rental properties, private homes and farms. Many of these injuries involve:
- Farm accidents
- Accidents at businesses
- Accidents at residences
- Dog bites
- Negligent maintenance
- Negligent security
- Stairway accidents
- Building code violations
- Co-worker negligence
Premises liability injuries can be extremely severe, such as spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, neck or back injury, broken bones or other life-changing injuries. Our firm is dedicated to seeking justice for you, holding the negligent party responsible, and obtaining the compensation to which you may be entitled. Our skilled trial lawyers have a tradition of success in all types of personal injury cases, having obtained large settlements and favorable verdicts for our clients using more than 65 years of combined experience.
The most important aspect of our law firm is our deep commitment to our clients. We understand the serious nature of the struggles they face following a serious injury. With every client, we fight to achieve the best possible result.
Contact Our Lexington Dog Bite Attorneys
It is important to get in touch with an attorney as soon as possible, as you only have five years during which to file a premises liability claim in Missouri. After an injury on someone else’s property, contact us by email or call 660-251-4138 to schedule a free consultation with one of our Lafayette County slip-and-fall injury attorneys. We are committed to your case from the start, ensuring evidence is preserved and a strong case strategy is designed.
We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that no attorneys’ fees are paid unless we obtain compensation for the injuries you suffered.