What Do You Need For A Premises Liability Claim?
Property owners have a duty to reasonably limit potential harm. The duty includes discovering and repairing hazardous conditions. Through a premises liability case, you and your attorney can claim that a property owner failed to safely maintain their property, which led to your injury.
At D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC, we focus on fighting negligence that enables extreme injuries or violence. You deserve fair compensation to cover your lost wages, medical bills, and physical and emotional suffering. Our lawyers will relentlessly pursue your interests — in or out of court.
Preparing To Make A Premises Liability Claim
Premises liability cases require seasoned legal counsel. Our firm will stand up for your rights and help you pursue compensation. We will strategically present your case to work toward a valuable settlement or verdict.
Dangerous premises could include:
- Parking lots
- Private property
- Businesses and shopping malls
- Construction sites
- Areas that pose a risk of falling from great heights
- Nursing homes
Any property owner who fails to provide adequate security measures to protect you may also be liable for your catastrophic injury. These cases require you and your lawyer to prove that the owner had a duty to provide security on their property.
Evidence preservation is of the utmost importance. Documenting all details, including witness reports, can build a strong case against the property owner. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate the facts on your behalf.
D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC, has over 25 years of experience with premises liability cases. We know which forms of evidence may be vital for you. If you choose to take your case to trial, we will champion your claim to full compensation. We understand how important a successful outcome is for your recovery.
Contact Our Providence Law Firm
Do not discuss the incident with insurance companies or premises owners; it could compromise your case. Instead, speak with a lawyer promptly.
Our firm has the knowledge, experience and decisive accomplishments in both negotiations and litigation to guide you in your case. Request a consultation at 401-308-3596 or by completing the contact form on our website.