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Colorado Springs Premises Liability Lawyer

When you go to a friend’s house for dinner, you have every right to expect you will be safe. You should not worry that your neighbor’s dog will suddenly attack and bite you. Similarly, you should not fret about getting caught on a broken escalator when you go to your local mall. But unfortunately, these types of accidents occasionally occur.

If you or your loved one suffered harm while you were away from your home, you might be able to sue the owner or caretaker of the property where your injury occurred. A Colorado Springs premises liability lawyer could meet with you to review the details of your accident and determine if you could have a viable legal claim. Additionally, a seasoned personal injury attorney could work to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

How Colorado Springs Premises Liability Lawsuits Work

When an owner fails to care for their property, and somebody gets hurt, premises liability law allows the injured person to sue the property owner for the financial cost of their injuries and losses.

Landowners must maintain their properties so that visitors, customers, guests, and clients are safe. Therefore, landowners must use reasonable care in the upkeep of their properties. Additionally, property owners and managers must regularly inspect their land and buildings to ensure that there are no hazardous conditions on them that could cause someone to suffer harm.

If a landowner becomes aware of a potential risk, they should promptly repair it. However, if they cannot fix or remove the problem within a reasonable period, they should alert people of the potential problem. For instance, if a homeowner knows they have a broken front step, they should tell prospective guests about it so they do not fall.

In some circumstances, property owners can be legally responsible for injuries suffered in hazards that the property owner did not even know about if a court deems that the property owner should have known about it through reasonable property inspections. A seasoned attorney in Colorado Springs could explain how premises liability laws apply in particular accident scenarios.

Common Types of Premises Liability Claims in Colorado Springs

Any accident that occurs because of negligent property maintenance can result in a premises liability lawsuit, including the following:

  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Workplace or worksite accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Swimming pool accidents, such as accidental drownings
  • Elevator or escalator accidents
  • Negligent security, such as when a landlord fails to install secure locks on their tenant’s apartment and a crime occurs
  • Fires
  • Exposure to dangerous chemicals or toxic substances
  • Balcony and deck falls
  • Building code violations

Premises liability cases can arise out of accidents occurring indoors and outside. An experienced lawyer could investigate the details of the accident to learn more about the property hazard. They could speak with people familiar with the property to understand what maintenance occurred and how long the dangerous condition was there.

Contact a Colorado Springs Premises Liability Attorney Today

If you are a legal visitor, guest, or customer on another person or business’ property, you have the right to be safe. Property owners and caretakers should do everything possible to keep their land and buildings free from danger.

If you suffered an injury while on someone’s property, the property owner should compensate you for your losses. A Colorado Springs premises liability lawyer could help you bring a civil legal claim against the landowner. Contact our office today.

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