Parham Smith & Archenhold LLC Greenville Premises Liability Attorneys
Achieving results in premises liability cases can be very difficult. There must be substantial evidence that a property owner has failed to maintain or provide a safe environment for individuals on his or her property. The law is clear on this matter, whether the property is owned by an individual, a private enterprise, a commercial or retail establishment, or government and public sector property.
At Parham Smith & Archenhold LLC our Greenville premises liability lawyers have secured substantial results in personal injury cases related to poorly maintained property that has caused serious injury. We have recovered damages for injury victims in a wide range of premises liability cases (i.e., those involving grocery stores, retail stores, restaurants, apartment buildings, parking lots, etc.).
You may have a personal injury case if you have been injured due to:
- Freshly mopped floors without warning signs
- Spilled liquids or squished produce
- Tripping hazards (uneven walkways, potholes, torn rugs)
- Broken stairs, railings or lights leading to falls
- Sharp protrusions or falling merchandise
- Attractive nuisance (an unfenced swimming pool or construction site)
- Other sloppy maintenance or construction defects
- Negligent security matters
- Dog bites and other injuries from domesticated animals
Even if a property owner did not directly cause a dangerous environment on his or her property, he or she may still be held liable for any injuries if he or she was aware of the danger and failed to take action. For example, if someone was injured due to property that was not routinely maintained or inspected, the property owner could be at fault.
Still, proving these matters is not easy. Our attorneys have decades of experience in litigation and courtroom proceedings, meaning we are able to build substantial cases and are thoroughly prepared to take matters as far as necessary to help you achieve maximum results. We can apply the most relevant facts, most recent case law and a high degree of investigation to your case.