There are many misconceptions about premises liability. When a person or company owns property or rents property, they incur an obligation to maintain that property in a reasonably safe manner. If the property owner or the renter/occupier invites people onto that property and someone is harmed because the property was not maintained in a reasonable way, the person or persons injured as a result of the negligent maintenance can file a personal injury claim under a body of laws known as Premises Liability.
Warrensburg Premises Liability Lawyer
Making a premises liability claim involves establishing that you are owed a duty of care, and proving that the duty was breached in a negligent way that led to your injury or harm. Proving your premises liability case can be complicated, so it is advisable to contact an experienced Missouri Premises Liability lawyer if you have suffered an injury on property in the state of Missouri. The Missouri Premises Liability at the Law Office of Jeffery A. Hanna has represented injured clients throughout the area for more than 20 years. Contact us today at 660-747-2550 or use our online form to learn how we can put our legal experience to work for you in your premises liability case.
Missouri Premises Liability Laws
According to premises liability law, you can recover compensation when you suffer injury on someone else's property only if the person owed you a legal duty of care and breached that duty. The specifics of what you are owed by the property owner or renter of the property are going to vary depending upon why you were on the property in the first place:
To learn more about how a Missouri Premises Liability Lawyer can help you after an accident on someone's property, contact The Law Office of Jeffery A. Hanna today at 660-747-2550 or using our online form.