Duty to Keep Property Free From Dangerous Conditions
In Missouri, the owner or occupier of property has a duty to maintain and use property in a way that does not create an unreasonable risk of harm to other people such as the spread of fire or a toxic substance.
Property owners and occupiers also have a standard of care toward entrants of a property. This often involves making periodic inspections of a property and removing hazards such as snow and ice buildup. The breach of this standard of care can provide the basis of a premises liability lawsuit if the breach results in the injury of a visitor or guest.
Kansas City Premises Liability Lawyers
The experienced personal injury attorneys at Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., have represented injured property visitors throughout Kansas and Missouri. We established a reputation as one of Kansas City's premier personal injury law firms because our lawyers have the experience and resources necessary to bring strong cases on behalf of our clients.
Bringing a premises liability lawsuit often involves complicated factual and legal issues to establish which person or entities are responsible for a property visitor's injuries. The attorneys at Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., are experienced in complex litigation and have the resources to obtain successful outcomes on behalf of our clients.
To speak to one of our premises liability attorneys, contact us online or call 888-353-0491. Our initial consultations are always free and we do not charge legal fees unless you win.
More On Premises Liability:
• Frequently Asked Questions About Premises Liability
• Trespassers and Premises Liability FAQ
• Keeping the Premises Safe
• Toxic Substances on the Property
• Criminal Acts by Third Parties
• Liability of Tenants & Landlords
• Liabilities of Contractors and Construction Companies