When on someone's premises, the owner of the property is most likely liable to ensure you are safe while there. If you are injured while you are on this property, you may have a case for premises liability. This is the act of suing a responsible party who was negligent in ensuring your safety while on the property. These cases can be extremely complex, which is why working with an experienced Montana premises liability lawyer can ensure your case yields the best results possible.
For example, if someone notices one of the stairs on a staircase in their retail store is broken and fails to repair it before a customer steps and falls through the step, then the premises owner may be responsible for that accident. Another example would be grocery store personnel failing to clean up a slick spill in an aisle, causing a shopper to slip and fall. In this scenario, the victim may be able to sue.
Essentially, premises liability refers to any case that involves a dangerous condition on somebody else's property. This can be residential property, a retail location, a public location, a city-owned location, or any other type of premises. At Odegaard Miller Law, PLLC our lawyers have 70 years of practice to use for your benefit and to assist you in your case.
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It is critical that you work with an attorney who has the experience, knowledge, and skill to handle cases involving both commercial and personal vehicle accidents. And, it is critical you hire an attorney who knows, thoroughly, the injury laws in Montana.
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