When property owners and managers fail to keep reasonably safe premises, visitors get hurt. If you or a family member suffers injuries due to a property owner’s negligence, call the attorneys at Dormer Harpring. Our premises liability lawyers want to hear your story and offer advice regarding your legal options.
Our Lakewood premises liability attorneys are:
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When you retain Dormer Harpring to pursue your premises liability claim, we immediately begin building your legal claim and take over correspondence with the insurance company. We also field all calls from accident-related bill collectors on your behalf.
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Premises liability is an area of personal injury law. A premises liability claim arises when the negligence of a property owner or manager results in injuries to a visitor on that property. The most common premises liability claim is a slip and fall claim.
Other premises liability claims are as follows:
Not every visitor to a property may make a premises liability claim. In Colorado, only two types of visitors have a claim for injuries against negligent property owners or managers. These are invitees and licensees.
A third type of visitor, trespassers, have no permission or authorization to enter a premises. Therefore, trespassers have little or no recourse for their injuries.
Premises liability accidents and injuries can happen anywhere; there are dangerous property conditions or potential risks. At-fault parties or entities may include business or residential property owners or even the government.
Common premises liability claims involve the following parties:
Time limits to file a claim can depend on the at-fault party. For instance, governments require immediate notification of a premises liability claim.
If you are unsure about the status or potential of your property liability claim, call Dormer Harpring or fill out our convenient online contact form. Our Denver personal injury attorneys will help determine if your claim is valid and if you meet statutory filing requirements. There are no upfront fees, and your consultation is free.