It is important to realize that all property owners are obligated to care for their premise(s). This means that the property needs of residences, businesses and other commercial properties must be continually addressed to ensure the safety of residents, visitors and patrons.
Unfortunately, all too many management companies, lessors and owners do not properly address code issues or other needs of a premises. When those responsible for maintaining the property are negligent, an unlocked gate, dim light, pool of water or poorly maintained walkway can become dangerous and even lethal. The lawyers at Johnstone & Gabhart, LLP, can help you seek the compensation you need for medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering. Please speak with us at 304-553-0830 today to learn more.
Seeking Damages For Injury Victims
Our attorneys have worked to obtain the compensation and accountability our clients have deserved when they have been injured due to:
- Stairway and handrail defects
- Walkway and pothole issues
- Injuries in supermarkets, retail stores and parking lots
- Animal attacks/dog bite injury cases
- Inadequate security or safety measures
If you or someone close to you has been injured because of a faulty premises, it is extremely important to inform yourself of your rights. In cases involving commercial premises, it is not uncommon for employees or management to attempt to collect information they will use against a potential injured plaintiff who seeks to file suit. You need someone looking out for your rights and well-being. We are prepared to do precisely that.
Regardless of your premises liability injury, it is important to take decisive action. We encourage you to get in touch and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your personal injury. We are prepared to put our 50-plus years of experience to work for you.
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To schedule a free initial consultation with our premises liability lawyers, call our Charleston office at 304-553-0830 or email the firm.