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What is premises liability?

Premises liability is a theory of liability in civil law that holds that a property owner can be held liable for harm to others that occurs on the owner’s property. If you have been injured on someone else’s property in Spokane, you may have a premises liability claim. At the law office of Albrecht Law, PLLC, our Spokane premises liability attorney can help you to understand your rights, build your claim, and negotiate your settlement. Call our law firm today to learn more.

Types of Premises Liability Accidents

There is a wide range of premises liability accident types – after all, the types of harm that can happen on properties owned by someone other than the victims of those accidents are nearly unlimited. If you have been harmed on someone else’s property and believe that the negligence of the property owner or manager was involved, you may have a claim. Call our lawyers today to learn more.

Common types of premises liability accidents include:

  • Slip and falls;
  • Dog bites;
  • Workplace accidents;
  • Elevator and escalator accidents;
  • Retail store accidents; and
  • More.

The Duties of a Property Owner

A property owner owes a duty to those who enter their property lawfully. The duty that a property owner owes to those who are lawfully upon property is to correct any known hazards within a reasonable amount of time. In order to be liable for the failure to do this, someone injured must be able to prove that:

  • A hazardous condition existed on the property;
  • The property owner knew or should have known of the condition;
  • The property owner failed to remedy the condition within a reasonable amount of time; and
  • The condition was the proximate cause of your injuries.

Recover the Compensation You’re Owed Today

If you can prove the elements of a premises liability claim described above, you can hold the property owner liable for the value of your damages, including the value of your medical expenses, lost wages, future expenses, and noneconomic losses, such as pain and suffering.

At the office of Albrecht Law, PLLC, our experienced Spokane premises liability attorneys will be available to provide you with guidance and support every step of the way. We have the resources to fully investigate your claim, build your case, prove liability, calculate your damages, negotiate a settlement, and even litigate your case in court if need be. Most importantly, we truly care about our clients and always commit ourselves 100 percent to a case we take on.

To schedule a free consultation with Albrecht Law, please call (509) 495-1246 (509) 495-1246 today or send us a message.

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