It is a property owner’s duty to ensure his or her premises are safe for anyone who might venture onto their land or into their building. Unfortunately, many owners do not take this responsibility seriously. This results in negligently kept or maintained property that could lead to serious injuries.
If you or a loved one were injured on another’s property, you might have a premises liability claim. At the Tulsa, Oklahoma, law office of Brewster & De Angelis, P.L.L.C., our experienced personal injury lawyers aggressively defend the rights of premises liability victims. Please speak to us today to discuss your situation and learn more about your rights as an injury victim.
Our firm can be reached locally at 918-528-4259 or toll free at 888-398-5628. You may also contact our law office online and a member of our team will reach out shortly to discuss your injuries.
Common Premises Liability Claims
Slip-and-fall cases quickly come to most people’s minds when thinking about premises liability law. Premises liability cases, however, often include a wide-range of accidents that occur on someone else’s property. These include:
- Exposure to toxic chemicals
- Injuries in swimming pools
- Trampoline injuries
- Structural collapse, including stairs, porches or decks
- Insufficient lighting
- Animal attacks
- Negligent security
- Injuries caused by elevators or escalators
It is a landlord’s, store owner’s and other property owner’s job to keep their premises safe, and it is our job to hold them accountable when they fail to do so. Our attorneys are selective in the personal injury cases we accept. We want to dedicate as much time, energy and resources as necessary to ensure our clients can obtain the best possible outcome and maximize their compensation.
How Will Brewster & De Angelis Prove My Case?
Premises liability law is complex and requires the assistance of experienced attorneys. Our lawyers understand these complexities and carefully investigate all aspects of our clients’ cases to show that one of the following was true:
- The property owner caused the dangerous condition.
- The property owner knew of the dangerous condition but failed to fix it.
- The property owner should have known about the dangerous condition.
If we are able to show that any of these are true — and that the negligence of the property owner led to your injury — then you are very likely to obtain compensation to cover medical bills, replace lost wages, along with other costs associated with your injuries.
Contact an Oklahoma Attorney for Slip-and-Fall Injuries
Our firm accepts all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that there is no fee if there is no recovery. You really have nothing to lose and everything to gain by speaking with our firm.
You may call us directly at 918-528-4259 or toll free at 888-398-5628, or you may contact our owner’s negligence law office online today.