Property Owners Are Responsible for Keeping You Reasonably Safe
Property owners typically have responsibility for the safety of the public entering their premises for business, recreational or personal purposes. This responsibility includes making sure the property was designed in a safe way and ensuring that maintenance, repairs and removal of immediate hazards are taken care of in a timely manner. If a hazard cannot be removed, the property owner is required to sufficiently warn the visiting public of the immediate danger and do everything possible to steer traffic away from the hazardous area.
The Experience to Win Your Kansas City Personal Injury Case
At Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, we fight aggressively on behalf of victims who have suffered a serious injury because of a property owner's negligence or reckless behavior. Our experienced Kansas City slip-and-fall accident attorneys have the financial resources to stick with your case until you win the compensation the law says you are entitled to.
- Retail store accidents
- Elevator, escalator and stairwell accidents
- Parking lot and parking ramp injuries
- School bus and school injuries
- Accidents at private residences
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Bar fights, assault injuries, insufficient security
- Mold, building contamination
Winning a premises liability claim requires proving that the property owner failed to recognize a dangerous condition or failed to remove it right away. Levels of liability for some types of accidents can be traced all the way back to the property developer and builder.
Your lawyer will need professional and financial resources to thoroughly investigate and prepare the evidence to obtain a full and fair settlement or jury award, if a trial becomes necessary.
Contact us online or call 888-353-0491 to arrange a free consultation.
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