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The occupier of a premises – such as a home- or business owner – must take reasonable steps to prevent injury to those who visit. People can suffer terrible injuries simply because someone forgot, or neglected, to take reasonable steps to guard against danger.
A common type of occupier’s liability claim is the “slip and fall” or “trip and fall” case. Failing to sand or salt icy steps or improperly maintaining a deck are examples of problems that could result in a claim of this nature. Other types of Occupier’s Liability claims include injuries from falling objects, unsafe machinery or other hazards that have not been properly secured or safeguarded by the owner. If an owner keeps a dangerous animal or substance on their property and it escapes and causes injury or loss to someone else, that owner may be held responsible.
If this has happened to you, you could have a valid claim for compensation. Many property owners carry insurance to cover claims arising from injuries occurring on their premises. In fact, most finance companies require property owners to have this type of insurance because they know that people just like you can get hurt and file claims for pain and suffering, cost of care, and other expenses.
Call us before speaking to the insurer and we will tell you if you have a potential claim. It’s free and there’s no obligation. Appropriate cases are taken on a contingency basis, so you can get help without paying any legal costs before the case is settled.
Call us before speaking to the insurer and we will tell you if you have a potential claim. It’s free and there’s no obligation.
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