If you were hurt at a business, a community center, a government building, an apartment building, or even at a private home because of unsafe conditions on the property, you may be able to get money for your injuries. Accidents do happen, and not every accident or injury is someone’s fault. But there are times when it is someone’s fault, and they can be held legally liable.
If you were seriously hurt because a business or building owner was careless, talk to a Mississippi premises liability attorney at Mama Justice – MW Law Firm to see if you have a premises liability claim. We represent everyday people throughout Northeastern Mississippi; we can fight for the fair recovery you deserve for medical expenses, loss of wages, and pain and suffering.
As previously mentioned, not every accident is someone else’s fault. However, property owners can be held liable for slip and fall accidents, dog bites, and other harmful incidents that occur due to negligent property conditions.
A property owner may be liable for your damages if:
If you are injured on public or private property, it can be easy to brush the accident off as just that—an accident. But, depending on the severity of your injuries, you could be looking at substantial medical expenses, lost wages, and significant pain and suffering. If someone else acted negligently, you should not have to simply face these consequences on your own.
If you are injured due to unsafe conditions on someone else’s property, whether public or private, make sure to do the following: