Columbia Premises Liability Attorney
Filing a Claim for Injuries on Another's Property
Business owners owe a duty of care to their customers to keep the premises
reasonably safe and free of dangerous conditions. When this duty is overlooked,
they may be responsible for any resulting injuries.
The duty of care applies in all types of settings open to the public including:
- Big box retailers
- Warehouse stores
- Membership clubs
- Office buildings
- Parking lots
- Shopping malls
If you have sustained injuries as the result of a property owner or manager's
Columbia personal injury lawyers can step in to help you pursue just compensation.
How the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC Can Help
We accept injury cases occurring in all types of environments. Injuries
often occur as a result of unreasonably dangerous conditions such as:
The injuries sustained from these, or other dangerous conditions, may be
severe and significant. You may be entitled to a substantial amount of
compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and
permanent physical impairment. It is important that you seek legal representation
to effectively pursue your rights in court. To get started, simply
contact a Columbia injury lawyer at the firm today.
Taking the Next Step in Your Case
In South Carolina, the fact that an accident or injury occurred on a store
premises does not automatically make the business responsibility. This
holds true even for your medical bills. Frequently, retail store injury
claims may be outright denied by the store or their insurance carrier,
even with clear liability or significant damages.
Many individuals simply give up, unaware of the extent of their legal rights
or of the opportunity to secure legal counsel. It is important that you
explore all options, and seek skilled representation in your situation.
free case evaluations for those injured in retail store settings. Injury cases are usually accepted
on a contingency basis which means no fee unless you actually recover.
Our fee is computed before costs or expenses are subtracted from any recovery.