Those injured in an accident on property belonging to another person or entity could be entitled to file a premises liability claim against the owner of the property. Although slip and fall accidents are, by and large, the primary cause of premises liability claims, there are many other scenarios which are responsible for serious injury and may be eligible for a premises liability claim. Owners, or those in control of properties are responsible for keeping the property as safe as possible, and free of hazards which could cause injury.
If you have suffered an injury due to negligence on the part of a property owner, or the person in charge of the property, you may have a premises liability claim. The attorneys of Coxwell & Associates have helped many of those injured in such an accident receive an equitable settlement which allows them to refocus on their futures.Common Types of Premises Liability Claims
There are many different potential premises liability claims, however the most common include:
While the compensation you receive from your Jackson, Mississippi premises liability claim will, of course, depend on the circumstances surrounding your accident and the extent of your injuries, some of the damages you may be entitled to include:
Premises liability claims are extremely varied, and the injuries can range from mild to extremely serious. Slip and fall accidents often result in head injuries, bone fractures, sprains and strains, neck and back injuries, lacerations, bruises, and damage to internal organs. In some cases, injuries sustained in a premises liability injury can be extremely serious, resulting in a lifetime of pain, necessary modifications to your home and vehicle, and unwanted changes in your future. Although property owners are not required to guarantee your safety, they are required to have reasonable safety measures in place, and to warn of any known dangers.How a Jackson, Mississippi Attorney Can Assist in Your Premises Liability Claim
Mississippi premises liability claims can be particularly complex. The elements of ownership, control and possession must all be considered, as well as the duty of the owner or person in control of the property. If there was an obvious failure to warn regarding a dangerous situation, and that failure to warn resulted in your injuries, you could be eligible for compensation. An experienced Coxwell & Associates attorney will work hard on your behalf to obtain the maximum compensation you are entitled to receive. We are not only knowledgeable of all the laws pertaining to Mississippi premises liability claims, we understand and have compassion for your injuries. Contact a Coxwell & Associates attorney today for a free consultation.