Property owners are legally obligated to maintain the safety of their premises in order to ensure that their guests and others who may visit or use the property are not unfairly exposed to serious injury risks. When this responsibility is not upheld, whether as a result of simple negligence or active recklessness on the part of the property owner, it can result in devastating injuries for unsuspecting visitors, something for which a property owner may be held liable through a premises liability lawsuit.
Premises liability injuries can often be severe. In fact, it is not uncommon for those injured under these circumstances to experience spinal cord injuries or even brain damage. At Joe Miller Law, Ltd., we believe that no one in Norfolk should have to pay for these types of consequences on their own if their injury was caused by a reckless property owner. Fortunately, many victims of such accidents are able to seek the justice and compensation they need by taking legal action against the party responsible for the unsafe property.
Sadly, there is a wide variety of ways in which innocent people can sustain serious injuries in a property accident. Some of the most common types of accidents and the injuries they cause that result from property owners’ negligence include:
Victims of such accidents and injuries may find themselves not only dealing with severe physical issues, but also debilitating psychological trauma and financial burdens.
Because of the often extremely serious repercussions that victims of accidents caused by reckless property owners sustain, seeking legal action is often vital to their recovery and dealing with the aftermath. At Joe Miller Law, Ltd., we strive to help victims of these accidents hold the property owner who caused the accident accountable. Call us today at (888) 694-1671 to find out how you may be able to obtain compensation from these negligent parties with the help of one of our attorneys.