Columbia Premises Liability Attorney
What is Premises Liability?
Property owners have a legal duty to keep their property free from dangerous and hazardous conditions. When a person is injured on another’s property, it may be possible to pursue compensation through a premises liability claim. It is important to seek help from a lawyer who can develop a full picture of your damages to help you recover the compensation you deserve.
At The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC, our attorney has more than 18 years of legal experience. We are dedicated to holding negligent property owners accountable for their actions.
Types Of Premises Liability Claims
We represent people in a wide range of premises liability matters, including those involving:
Slips-and-falls: Whether you were hurt slipping on a wet floor in a place of business, suffered an injury due to broken steps in an apartment complex or were hurt in any other type of slip-and-fall accident, we are here to help you pursue the compensation to which you are entitled.
Negligent security: Inadequate lighting, broken locks and other security failures can lead to disastrous, traumatic results. We help hold property owners accountable when they fail to keep their buildings and parking lots safe for residents and visitors.
Dog bites: Dog attacks can leave disfiguring scars, nerve damage or lasting psychological injuries long after the bite wounds have healed, especially if the victim is a child. In many cases, homeowner’s insurance will help cover some of the costs associated with an animal attack. It may be possible to hold a negligent dog owner accountable even if the attack occurred off of the owner’s property. We will help explore all of your options for recovering damages.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
If you have been harmed by another person’s negligence in South Carolina, we are here to help. To schedule a free consultation, call our law offices in Columbia at 803-770-4483. You may also contact us online.
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