Reno Premises Liability Lawyer
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Premises liability claims can arise from falls that occur on public sidewalks,
in privately-owned stores, at amusement parks, swimming pools, at places
of business or on private residences. Slip and fall accidents can result
in serious injuries such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, burn
injuries, loss of limbs and more. If you were harmed or sustained injuries
on another person's or entity's property, speak with our
Reno premises liability attorneys to determine if you have a valid claim.
How Do I know if I Have a Case?
Depending on your relationship to the property owner you could be entitled
Common scenarios that cause premises liability injuries include:
- Broken stairways
- Collapsed decks and structures
- Construction hazards
- Dangerous playground equipment
- Falling objects
- Inadequate emergency exits
- Inadequate lighting
- Inadequate warning signs
- Loose handrails or guardrails
- Negligent security
- Slippery or waxed floors
- Uneven pavement or floors
To win a premises liability case, it must be shown that the accident occurred
on another person's property as a result of his/her negligence and
the owner was aware of the unsafe condition and should have prevented it.
What Should I Do After a Premises Liability Accident?
After you have been injured in a premises liability accident, it is important
to get medical treatment immediately. You should also take pictures of
your injuries and of where the accident occurred. Don't sign anything
or give a statement to the owner or to any insurance company. Instead,
retain the services of a hard-hitting personal injury lawyer right away
to safeguard your rights.
At the Law Offices of Steven J. Klearman & Associates we are prepared
to get to work for you and to help you build the strongest case possible.
We know victims struggle financially after an accident. We use this as
our motivation to help you maximize your awarded damages for medical bills,
rehabilitation bills, lost income, and pain and suffering.
For more information,
get in touch with our office
today at (775) 573-0229!