An Experienced Premises Liability Attorney Can Fight for Your Rights
When you enter someone's property, you should have a reasonable expectation of safety. Sometimes, hazardous conditions are unavoidable. However, it is the responsibility of the proprietor to make such conditions clearly known. If you or a member of your family has been injured because of the negligence of a property owner, schedule a free consultation with a premises liability attorney at our Jackson, MS, office. Our firm is renowned for excellence, and is certified AV Preeiminent® by Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™. We also provide a 24 hour calling service to address initial concerns, until one of our lawyers can review your case in detail. We are dedicated to helping clients like you receive the compensation owed them after injuries caused by negligence.
If you or a loved one has been injured due to poorly maintained or neglected property, or because of a preventable environmental or structural hazard, it is important to seek legal counsel as soon as you can. Even if you think your injury is minor, injuries can prove worse in the future, leaving you in need of financial compensation. There are a number of instances that could lead to a premises liability case. Most commonly, premise liability cases involve:
- Toxic Mold
- Animal Bites
- Wrongful Death
- Faulty Machinery
- Slip and Fall Injuries
- Swimming Pool Injuries
- Inadequate Premises Security
There are other instances that may initialize a premises liability case, and the only way to know for sure is to schedule a consultation with our firm.
What to Do after an Accident
Following an accident we urge you to:
- Seek medical attention even if you do not believe you are hurt. Some injuries are not obvious. You will also need medical records to prove any injury you may have sustained.
- Refrain from issuing statements to anyone about the accident. Anything you say can potentially hurt your case.
- Contact us immediately. All legal cases are very time-sensitive.
In personal injury cases, insurance adjusters will go to work immediately trying to portray your injuries as minor, or trying to place some degree of liability on you. It is in your best interest to secure excellent legal representation, and defer insurance adjusters to your attorney. The statute of limitations for premises liability lawsuits in Mississippi is usually three years. However, in all cases, time is of the essence.
If you or a loved one has been wrongfully injured due to unsafe conditions, you deserve compensation.
Why Choose Owens Moss?
Your medical care and can incur astronomical expenses, and you need the help of an experienced attorney who can help you collect the damages necessary to rebuild your life in the wake of injury. Owens Moss specializes in personal injury cases, and is passionate about helping clients collect due compensation. Our clients pay no up-front fees; instead, we only take cases we believe we can win, and only collect a fee when a settlement or jury award is attained on your behalf. Throughout your case, you can depend on us to uphold your best interests while you concentrate on healing.
Seek Experienced Legal Counsel
If you or a loved one has been wrongfully injured due to unsafe conditions, you deserve compensation. We urge you to contact our experienced premises liability lawyers as soon as possible.