To protect you from COVID-19, we are offering a quick and easy remote intake process by telephone or video chat. Call us at 314-241-1020. Learn More

Posted on June 4, 2019 by

What to Know About Premises Liability Before You Consider a Lawsuit

Premises liability claims are pretty common in Missouri. But there are people who find themselves injured on someone else's property, and they never pursue a case at all. Part of that may be because they simply don't understand what the law says about their rights. 

What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability occurs when a person is injured on another person's property due to their negligence, which led to unsafe conditions. An example of this type of case might be a woman falling down in a store on wet floors. 

How Can You Will a Premises Liability Claim?

In order to win, you have to be able to prove that the owner of the property was negligent in some way. For instance, the woman in the example above might have to have witnesses who stated that the floors were wet and there were no signs present to warn people. 

Unless you have a legal background, it can be hard to navigate the laws in Missouri and win your premises liability case. That's why it is recommended that you work with qualified St. Louis personal injury attorneys. 

As your St. Louis personal injury attorneys, we will fight hard so that you receive the compensation you deserve because of your injuries. Personal liability cases require experienced lawyers who have had success with other clients in the past. We are here to provide you with the help you need.