When negligent property owners hurt innocent visitors, they need to hold accountable for their actions. Property owners and managers should maintain reasonably safe properties for visitors. If a negligent property owner hurt you or a loved one, Dormer Harpring may be able to help.
In Colorado, legal remedies are allowing some property visitors to recover damages for their injuries. Our Highlands Ranch premises liability attorneys will review your premises liability claim and advise you of any legal recourse available to you. At Dormer Harpring, our lawyers are more than legal advocates; they are:
Contact us to schedule your free claim evaluation. We want to hear your story and answer your questions. If you need medical care, we can recommend medical resources and specialists to aid your physical, mental, and emotional recovery.
We want you to recover from your injuries fully. Part of this is finding the right solution to your legal matter. Our premises liability lawyers will get to know you and stand by you throughout the claims process.
You will have your attorney’s cell phone number and receive prompt answers to your calls, texts, and emails. Dormer Harpring will build your claim for compensation and keep you advised of any updates and case movement. After you retain us, we start your claim immediately and work diligently to:
Our Highlands Ranch premises liability attorneys work one on one with every client. Our cases are on a contingency fee basis, meaning we charge no fees unless we win.
Premises liability is a type of personal injury law. It seeks to hold landowners and property managers accountable for injuries to others that occur on their property. In Colorado, a landowner may be liable in a premises liability claim.
A landowner, for purposes of premises liability in Colorado, is:
Any property is a potential site for premises liability injury, including:
Common types of premises liability claims are as follows:
To file a premises liability claim, a visitor must meet specific qualifications and suffer an actual injury.
Colorado recognizes three types of visitors to a premises (Colorado Revised Statutes §13-21-115). These are trespassers, licensees, and invitees. A property owner owes each of these a different standard of care.
Damages in a premises liability claim depend on which of the three legal visitor statuses a person was at the time of their injury.
Call or contact us online to find out more about your premises liability claim. Never make a recorded statement or sign any settlement documents without first speaking to an experienced premises liability attorney. Our Highlands Ranch personal injury attorneys will gladly review any documents you have and advise you if it is fair and whether it covers your total accident damages.