Minnesota Premises Liability Attorneys
Property owners have a duty to keep the property that they operate save. They need to supervise and maintain the property in order to prevent any unnecessary risk of harm to others that come onto the property.
If you have been injured on another person’s property because of their negligence, you may be able to recover compensation for the damages that have been done to you. With the help of a personal injury attorney with a proven track record in injury cases, you have a greater chance of recovering the compensation needed to pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and other relevant costs.
Helping You Get Results
At Hunegs, Leneave & Kvas, we have experience standing up for clients with different types of property liability claims. We have helped thousands of individuals get the compensation they deserve in the following types of cases:
- Slip and fall injuries
- Inadequate security
- Snow and ice accidents
- Injuries from fallen objects
- Injuries from building code violations
- Injuries from collapsed structures and decks
- Escalator and elevator accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Stairwell falls
- Injuries caused by broken or defective security bars at concerts, bars, events, or hotels
- Other accidents caused by dangerous conditions on personal or commercial property
If you have experienced any of these accident types, it is imperative to speak with your attorney as soon as possible so work can begin on your case. The sooner work begins, the stronger your case can be because the evidence is still new and the account is still fresh in the minds of witnesses.
Your personal liability attorney can establish who is liable in a premises liability case by reviewing the evidence. It is important for the plaintiff to be able to prove that there was negligence on the part of the property owner. It is not enough to show the injuries that occurred on the property because negligence has to be proven.
Given the 75-year history of Hunegs, LeNeave & Kvas, we have a great deal of experience in identifying the evidence that a property owner did not protect individuals from harm on their property. When true negligence occurred, we can establish that the property owner failed to exercise reasonable care, an assault happened on the property if that’s the reason for the claim, or the property condition was dangerous due to the property owner no taking the appropriate actions. When all of this is proven through discovery and the gathering of evidence, the likelihood of recovering full and fair compensation becomes likely.
Contact Our Premises Liability Attorneys
Property owners have a responsibility to ensure that their property is safe for others that are permitted to be on the property. If they are negligent in any way and it leads to an accident, then the property owner can be held liable. If you have been injured on the property of another person and the accident was preventable, you may be able to hold them financially liable for your expenses. To learn more about your rights and options, call Hunegs, LeNeave & Kvas at the Wayzata, MN office at 612-339-4511 or 1-800-328-4340 for a free consultation.