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Missy Wigginton

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Tupelo Premises Liability Attorneys

If you were injured due to negligence on the part of a property manager or owner, you might have a premises liability claim. Call to schedule a free case review with the law offices of Mama Justice today.

Every day, people put their trust in others that they’ll maintain a property in a secure and safe manner. From the corner supermarket to a place of employment, a property that is inadequately maintained can cause serious injuries to workers, patrons, and visitors.

Those who are injured in an accident on property that belongs to another person may be entitled to bring a premises liability claim against the property owner. While slip and fall accidents are, far and away, the leading cause of these claims, there are countless other scenarios that can result in serious injury. Property owners, or the person in charge of a property, are responsible for ensuring the property is as safe as possible and free of dangers.

Our Tupelo premises liability lawyers know that there is more to being an effective litigator than having decades of experience successfully representing injured clients. Proving truly phenomenal legal service also requires empathy and tenacity on the part of an attorney. Guided by the perseverance and dedication of our founding attorney, Missy Wigginton, our Tupelo legal team has a well-established track record of guiding injured victims through one of the most stressful and traumatic times of their lives.

Mama Justice and her Tupelo legal team are here to make sure that you get the justice and financial compensation you deserve.

Common Types of Premises Liability Claims in Tupelo

There are a lot of different circumstances that can potentially lead to premises liability claims. Some of the most common include:

  • Slip and falls: These are especially common in restaurants, department stores, grocery stores, or on sidewalks and stairs.
  • Amusement park injuries: Often caused by slip and falls, they can also be caused by various dangerous conditions.
  • Swimming pool injuries: These include trip/slip and falls, diving board accidents, electrocutions, drownings, and infections.
  • Parking lot/Parking structure injuries: Often due to slip/trip and falls, car accidents, pedestrian accidents, or maintenance hazards.
  • Scaffolding injuries: These occur when a worker using the scaffolding is injured or when a pedestrian is injured by a falling object.
  • Equipment injuries: Caused by negligent operation or malfunctions.
  • Falling object injuries: Frequently happen in stores when inventory is stacked haphazardly or too high.
  • Construction site accidents: Victims may be injured by falling in a hole, being struck by a falling object, trip and falls, electrocution due to exposed or faulty wiring, struck by heavy equipment, or crushed in between heavy machines.
  • Dog bites: These are caused by feral or improperly controlled animals.
  • Electrical injuries: Electrical injuries can result in chemical burns, thermal burns, respiratory arrest, seizures, and death.
  • Inadequate security injuries: These often take place in nightclubs, hotels, or motels, or their parking lot and are often the result of insufficient or poorly trained security.

If you or a family member was injured on another person’s property, reach out to our Tupelo premises liability lawyer to schedule a free case review. We will examine the facts of your case, collect information about your medical costs and financial damages, and determine who was liable for your accident.

What Damages Can I Collect for My Tupelo Premises Liability Claim?

Although the total compensation you collect for your Tupelo premises liability claim is based on the circumstances leading up to your accident and the severity of your injuries, some of the damages you will most likely be entitled to are:

  • Medical costs such as hospital bills, doctor visits, physical therapy, prescription medications, and required medical devices like crutches or a wheelchair
  • Lost income due to being unable to work
  • Diminished earning capacity
  • Emotional anguish
  • Pain and suffering
  • Property damage

Even though property owners are not obligated to ensure your safety, they are obligated to keep their property reasonably maintained and warn guests of any known hazards.

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