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Premises Liability

Columbus Premises Liability Lawyer

Property owners have a legal duty to ensure the safety of guests and visitors. If you have been injured on another person’s property, whether private, public, or commercial, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, your lost wages, and your pain and suffering. However, premises liability cases can be difficult to prove, and non-lawyers are typically unable to successfully pursue their claims. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you should speak with a Columbus premises liability attorney at Malek & Malek Law Firm as soon as possible. 

Ohio Premises Liability Explained

As mentioned above, property owners have a legal obligation to ensure their property is safe for guests and visitors. Property owners are negligent when they fail to make a reasonable effort to prevent accidents and injuries to other people. In the context of a premises liability case, negligence typically arises in one of the following ways: 

  • The property owner fails to correct a known hazardous condition.
  • The property owner fails to warn guests and visitors of a known hazardous condition.
  • The property owner should have known about a hazardous condition but failed to inspect the property.

When the property owner is negligent, they may be held liable for any resulting injuries. As straightforward as it may sound, determining the property owner was negligent is more complicated than you might think. An experienced Columbus premises liability attorney can review the circumstances of your case and decide whether or not you may have a claim. 

Types of Premises Liability Cases in Columbus

The most common type of premises liability case is perhaps a slip and fall accident, where someone is injured when they slip or trip on dangerous flooring or walkways. However, premises liability claims can also include the following: 

Any hazard the property owner knew or should have known about that causes an injury may give rise to a premises liability claim. Do not assume your accident was simply bad luck – the property owner may have failed in their obligation to ensure your safety. 

How a Columbus Premises Liability Attorney Can Help

A Columbus premises liability lawyer can help you build a strong case to get the compensation you need. They can do far more than file lawsuits. They provide valuable assistance from the very first day: 

  • Your lawyer can collect the documentation you need, including accident reports, medical bills, and medical reports. 
  • Your lawyer can interview witnesses or other parties. 
  • Your lawyer can handle all communications with the insurance company, the property owner, and anyone else who may be involved in the case. 
  • Subject to your approval, they can negotiate any settlement of your claim. 

Of course, your personal injury lawyer can also help you navigate the legal system should you ultimately need to file a lawsuit. A Columbus premises liability lawyer can help you pursue your claim so you can focus on your recovery. 

Premises Liability Due To Inadequate Security

Have you been a victim of criminal activity at an apartment complex? You may be able to recover monetary damages for your injuries by contacting a Columbus premises liability lawyer. A business is aware of criminal activity and does nothing to notify authorities or stop the behavior; they are responsible for any harm done to the customers, tenants, and guests.

It is an injustice when a landlord fails to provide adequate security, and you were injured as a result. The attorneys at Malek Law Firm have a great deal of experience representing clients who were injured due to inadequate security.

We can help with your serious injuries occurring at:

  • Apartment Complexes
  • Shopping Malls
  • Parking Lots
  • Night Clubs
  • Bars
  • Movie Theaters
  • Business Complexes
  • Parks and other locations

Contact a Columbus Premises Liability Lawyer at Malek Law Firm Today

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, we can help you get compensation. To schedule a free consultation, call us today at 888-444-7440 or contact us online