Parking Lot Falls in Columbia, SC

Business owners in South Carolina have a legal duty to keep their parking lots safe for their customers. When this duty is neglected it can mean that customers must traverse open or hidden dangers just walking to and from their car. Examples of dangerous parking lot conditions may include the following among others:

  • Accumulated chemicals or oil
  • Potholes or cracks
  • Uneven surfaces
  • Slippery conditions
  • Broken asphalt or concrete

Routine injuries after a serious parking lot fall may include broken bones, knee injuries, minor brain injuries or injuries to the hands. Insurance companies and business owners routinely fight premises liability claims regardless of how neglected their parking lot was. The law in South Carolina is clear though if the business owner was negligent, even if the danger was in plain sight, you may still be able to recover for your injuries. Damages that may be recovered include medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and for any permanent impairment.

Injured in a parking lot accident?

If you have been injured in a fall outside of a store, then the store owner may be held liable for the injuries that you have sustained. It is important that you retain skilled representation to aggressively pursue your rights. You may be able to collect money damages to compensate for various financial hardships incurred by this injury. Contact a Columbia personal injury attorney from the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC for the legal assistance and representation that you will need in your situation today!

Our firm also offers a free case evaluation so that you may obtain legal advice and information regarding your situation without any financial obligation or commitment on your part. We are dedicated to excellent service and pursuit of favorable outcomes for the clients that we represent. We understand the severity of your situation, and we can work to help you in your case.

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