Regaining Control After A Premises Liability Injury
When you fall and break a bone because of flooding on someone else’s property, or get hurt while riding a roller coaster at an amusement park, you become a victim of premises liability.
Whether you are a guest at a friend’s house or a visitor at a public venue, you expect property owners to take reasonable measures to keep you safe. If they do not, the consequences can be catastrophic physically, emotionally and financially not only for you — the victim — but also your family.
Injuries from premises liability injuries can be very serious, requiring extensive medical care and treatment. When you are wondering how you will make ends meet, our lawyers at Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., are here to help you pursue maximum compensation to cover hospital bills, lost wages, legal expenses, psychological trauma and future pain and suffering.
What To Do Immediately
Nothing is more important than your health and safety. Seek emergency medical treatment for any personal injuries as soon as possible. If your injuries are not life-threatening, we recommend seeing your regular physician for the most accurate assessment of current damage and long-term recovery costs.
How We Approach Your Case
In Maryland, premises liability cases can be challenging. Property owners may try to limit their duty of care and minimize their liability by posting notices prohibiting unauthorized entry. It is important to have a strong advocate on your side who understands what is needed to recover from injuries resulting from:
• Slip and falls
• Inadequate security
• Elevator breakdowns
• Dog bites
• Swimming pool accidents
With more than 40 years of experience, we are able to guide you through the complex process and advocate your needs as we work to negotiate a fair settlement, even if notice was provided in your case.
Moving Forward Together
No matter what your legal needs are, trust us to handle them with knowledge and compassion. We offer a complete and free initial consultation to evaluate your case and decide on next steps. Contact us by phone at 443-529-0795 or reach us online.