Get The Compensation You Rightly Deserve After A Premise Injury
If you or a loved one suffered a slip and fall because a property owner failed to maintain his or her property, Bateman & Bateman, P.C., can help. Property owners are responsible for repairing cracks in sidewalks and unsafe building structures, ascertaining that proper security measures are in place, and preventing hazardous conditions that can cause harm.
Speak with one of our Clarksville attorneys today to see if you are legally entitled to receive compensation for your premises-related injury. The amount of time you have to file a claim is limited.
Property Owners Have A Duty To Safeguard Their Property
When an individual is injured on a property, the owners or managers of that property can be named defendants in a premises liability lawsuit. Differing duties of care are owed to premises’ visitors. Premises should be safe for invitees (people invited, usually mutually beneficial for both parties).
Signage should warn social visitors (people not invited but welcomed) about hazards. Illegal trespassers (people not invited and not welcomed who cannot claim liability for injuries) should not be intentionally harmed. If you have been injured due to a negligent level of care, contact the experienced Clarksville premises liability attorneys at Bateman & Bateman, P.C., to protect your legal rights.
On-The-Premises Injuries Can Occur Anywhere
Poorly maintained surfaces such as sidewalks, parking lots, flooring and debris in walkways are the most common causes of slip-and-fall accidents. Slip and fall accidents can prove even more dangerous when the victim is a frail senior citizen, with brittle bones. Property owners, and/or the person responsible for maintaining premises, are required by city codes and state laws to keep visitors to the premises safe from harm.
Property owners and managers are liable for damages when they fail to abide by city codes and state laws. The experienced attorneys at Bateman & Bateman, P.C., work hard to ensure that every client receives the full financial compensation entitled under the law.
Your Child And The Attractive Nuisance
Children are naturally curious, but this curiosity may occasionally invite them to effectively trespass on less-than-safe premises, possibly resulting in significant injuries. If the trespasser is a child, the property owner or the person in charge of maintenance may be liable for the child’s injuries due to the presence of an attractive nuisance, such as a swimming pool, deep hole or machinery that presents an obvious danger.
At Bateman & Bateman, P.C., our experienced Clarksville personal injury attorneys focus on the negligent aspects that enticed your child onto the premises.
Serious Injuries Require Serious Legal Representation
Serious injuries require medical attention and, sometimes, even long-term care. Bateman & Bateman, P.C. can help you recover lost wages, cover costly medical bills and overcome economic hardship brought on by another person’s negligence. Our Clarksville slip-and-fall accident lawyers also focus on the emotional suffering you and your family have endured as a result of someone else’s carelessness.
Protecting Your Legal Rights
Bateman & Bateman, P.C., is a Clarksville, Tennessee law firm with more than 60 years of combined courtroom experience. If a property owner’s negligence has left you or your child seriously injured, contact us at 931-647-5959 or 800-264-0041 (toll-free) to discuss your premises liability injury.