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Representing Injured Parties In Premises Liability Cases

Unfortunately, some landlords and property owners fail to maintain safe conditions on their properties. As a result, countless people are injured in slip and fall accidents on public and private properties every year. If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall, it’s in your best interest to contact the skilled premises liability attorneys at Beeman Heifner Benge. You are entitled to compensation for your injuries, and we are committed to helping you secure it.

Determining Who Is Liable

Property owners and landlords are legally obligated to ensure their premises are safe. If someone is injured as a result of their failure to fulfill this obligation, they can be held liable for the victim’s injuries. However, the law does not automatically hold property owners and landlords liable for every injury that occurs on their property. These parties are only liable if it can be proven that they knew or should have known about the hazardous condition on their property but failed to fix it or warn visitors about it.

It’s not easy to win a slip and fall case. In many cases, the outcome hinges on the victim’s ability to prove that the property owner or landlord should have known about the hazardous condition on their property. Proving that someone should have known about something is difficult –especially if you are attempting to represent yourself. We won’t let the property owner or landlord escape liability – we will aggressively fight to ensure they are held accountable for your injuries.

Contact Our Office Today

You have two years from the date of your slip-and-fall accident to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party. Protect your right to compensation by taking legal action as soon as possible after a slip-and-fall accident. To schedule a free consultation, call 765-234-1783 or submit your information using the form on this website.