When you enter a business or another person’s property, the last thing you should have to worry about is being injured. However, accidents can, and do, happen when properties are poorly maintained. If a property owner knows about a hazardous condition and does nothing to correct the issue, they can be held liable for an accident. If you have been injured on another person’s property, you may be eligible to pursue compensation for your medical care, rehabilitation, pain and suffering, and more. Contact a Washington, D.C. premises liability lawyer at Simeone & Miller, LLP to learn more about your rights. We have already recovered millions of dollars in compensation.
Over the years, the legal team here at Simeone & Miller, LLP has fought on behalf of countless clients dealing with a wide range of wrongfully sustained injuries. If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property due to no fault of your own, you should strongly consider speaking with a seasoned Washington, D.C. injury lawyer who can best fight for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled.
Property owners owe a duty of care to the people who visit their property. This means that if they know about a certain condition, such as an oily spill on the floor, they have a duty to remedy the situation as soon as possible. Failing to do so can constitute negligence, making them responsible for damages in a premises liability case.
The most common types of premises liability claims include:
Just because you were injured on someone else’s property does not mean that the owner was negligent. When you choose to work with a Washington, D.C. premises liability lawyer at Simeone & Miller, LLP, we can investigate the circumstances of your accident and determine whether or not you are eligible for financial compensation.
All property owners have a legal duty to provide a reasonably safe environment for their visitors—whether they own a shopping mall, apartment complex, restaurant, or private residence. However, this responsibility has limitations.
Accident victims must be able to prove that:
Essentially, you will need to prove that the accident was preventable. In order to do so, you must be able to show that either the property owner or an employee knew about, or should have known about, the dangerous conditions that led to your accident—as well as that they subsequently failed to remedy the hazard in a timely manner.
In Washington, D.C., accident victims are required to take legal action within the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations for most personal injury claims in Washington, D.C. is, typically, three years. If you wait any longer than three years, you will most likely lose your right to sue. The sooner you bring your claim to our firm’s attention, the better of you will be. Simeone & Miller, LLP is prepared to fight for you, every step of the way.
Premises liability cases are often multifaceted, especially when the property owner refuses responsibility. However, if you were wrongfully injured, you have every right to stand up for justice and fight for fair compensation.
Simeone & Miller, LLP has years of experience fighting to maximize compensation for our clients. With more than 1,000 happy clients, our premises liability attorneys in Washington, D.C. know what it takes to secure results. We are familiar with the complexities of state law and can see you through every step of your case. Contact us now to get started. Our consultations are free, and you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by simply asking us for help today.
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