4 Common Types of Premises Liability Cases

by Staff Blogger | April 3rd, 2017

You should be safe wherever you go in Nashville. All of us can agree on that point. Of course that safety can’t be guaranteed, but as a fundamental right, you should feel secure no matter where you are. Unfortunately, that safety can be compromised in the most unexpected places, often due to someone else’s carelessness. Whether it happens in a place of business, on someone’s property, or on a Nashville sidewalk, you have a right to seek justice for an accident that results in injury.

If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, you may have a premises liability claim. There are several types of premises liability claims, including:

Defective Construction–A construction site or poor construction practices lead to hazardous conditions which result in your injuries.

Inadequate Maintenance–A property is not adequate maintained resulting in dangerous conditions that can lead to injury.

Negligent Security–Careless or negligent security puts occupants and visitors at risk.

Dangerous Conditions–Common spills or other hazards aren’t properly contained and eliminated before serious injuries occur.

No matter the circumstances of your accident, it’s a good idea to call an experienced premises liability attorney before making any decisions. At Ponce Law, we have years of experience helping accident victims get the compensation they deserve for their injuries, and we’re ready to help you too. Call us today for a free consultation. We’re ready to help.