If you or a loved one suffers injuries due to a property owner’s negligence, Dormer Harpring may be able to help. Boulder property owners and managers owe some visitors a duty to protect or warn them about hazardous conditions on their properties. When property owners and managers fail to do so, there are legal remedies that may permit you to receive injury compensation.
Dormer Harpring’s premises liability attorneys are:
Call our Boulder premises liability lawyers today to schedule a free consultation. We will listen to your story and offer you any available legal options. Our firm takes cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we charge no fees unless we win.
Our premises liability lawyers care about you and your overall recovery. We believe in unique solutions to problems that truly serve you as an individual. This starts with ensuring you have access to medical care and other accident-related services.
We promptly respond to your questions, whether by phone, email, or text. Our Boulder premises liability attorneys also build your claim for compensation and work tirelessly on your behalf through:
Dormer Harpring accepts a limited number of cases, which allows us to focus on our clients as people, not numbers. Become one of our clients today and discover the difference of a service-oriented legal practice. Retaining our team for your premises liability claim gives you the freedom to focus on your health, well-being, and overall recovery.
A premises liability claim is a civil legal action. It arises from an injury accident occurring on any type of property, including:
A premises liability claim can happen inside or outside, on a city street, private parking lot, in a store, or a residential backyard. Some of the most common premises liability accidents are the following:
Not every injured visitor can file a premises liability claim. In some cases, property owners owe visitors little or no obligation to keep a safe property for or even warn of a dangerous or hazardous condition.
Legally, there are three types of visitors to a premises. By Colorado law, a property owner or possessor owes each of these visitors a different duty of care. The three types of visitors to a property are invitees, licensees, and trespassers.
The duty of care owed to each visitor is generally the following:
An injured victim must suffer actual injuries because the property owner or possessor failed to meet their duty of care to file a compensation claim.
If you would like to learn more about premises liability claims generally or specific types of compensation available for premises liability injuries, contact us today. One of our Boulder personal injury lawyers will gladly review your claim and give you an assessment of its potential value.