Clarksburg Premises Liability Attorney
Premises liability is a legal policy that holds negligent property owners responsible for injuries suffered by their guests. By law, all property owners have a duty to make sure their grounds are reasonably safe, whether the property in question is a business, private home, or even an empty plot. When property owners do not meet this duty, injured parties may have grounds for seeking compensation.
Unfortunately, a premises liability claim is not always easy to successfully file. West Virginia law has certain complications that any injury victim needs to be aware of before pursuing legal action. To schedule a free and informative consultation with a Clarksburg premises liability attorney, call the Law Office of David W. Frame at 800-352-9460.
Common Premises Liability Claims
A poorly maintained property can contain many different hazards. If you, as a guest, have not been at least warned about these risks, the results can be catastrophic for you and your family. Examples of sadly common grounds for a premises liability claim include:
- Slip and Fall
- Elevator/Escalator Injuries
- Lead Paint Poisoning
- Mercury Poisoning
- Swimming Pool Injuries
If you believe you may have grounds for a claim like these, you first need a thorough understanding of your rights and responsibilities. Clarksburg premises liability attorney David Frame can walk you through the legal process and help you make sound decisions for your future.
Property owners who fail to meet basic safety regulations have a duty to those who suffer the consequences of this negligence. To learn more about your rights, including your grounds for receiving full compensation, contact Clarksburg premises liability lawyer David Frame at 800-352-9460.