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Injured on someone else’s property

Have you been hurt on someone else’s property?  This type of injury may include burns in a fire, falling on a staircase, or slipping on ice.  Property owners have a duty to keep their premises in a safe condition.  If you got hurt as a result of a property owner failing to maintain their property in a safe condition, then you may be entitled to money damages.

Examples of unsafe premises:

(1)    Uneven pavement

(2)    Construction areas

(3)    Unsafe traffic patterns

(4)    Dangerous equipment

(5)    Dangerous materials

For example, you may live in a neighborhood with new construction and there are all sorts of trash, debris, pipes, wood and construction materials that could cause a dangerous situation for you and your family.  Horrific injuries occur every day from unsafe conditions.

Our Charlotte personal injury attorneys are trained in assessing your case and will be able to tell you if you have a potential claim against a property owner.  Most property owners carry a homeowner’s insurance policy and have significant limits for injuries sustained on their premises.  Businesses may have higher policy limits and our attorneys will be able to deal with the insurance companies so that your monetary awards may be maximized.

Bell and Bell Law Firm, P.C. has a team of lawyers that handle premise liability cases throughout North Carolina, Lake Norman, and the surrounding Charlotte area.  Our first consultation is free.  Call us today at 704-992-1590.

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