Premises Liability

The law requires property owners to properly manage, supervise, inspect and operate their property in order to minimize any unnecessary risk of harm to others.  If it can be proven that a property owner was negligent and knew or should have known about a dangerous or defective condition that caused an injury to someone on their premises, the injured person is entitled to recover damages.

Types of Premises Liability Cases

When people think of premises liability cases, they usually think of slip and falls, i.e. a grocery store patron slips in a puddle of water or on a banana peel and takes a nasty spill.  This is the quintessential premises liability case and they often result in some very serious injuries.  Our lawyers have experience in all types of slip and fall cases including:

  • Foreign objects or liquids on the floor
  • Slick or uneven floors
  • Holes or gaps in pavement
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Construction defects or code violations
  • Carpet defects
  • Uneven or missing handrails
  • Slippery bathtubs or showers
  • Defective or broken stairs

In addition to slip and falls, there are many other types of premises liability cases.  A property owner can cause injuries or death from:

  • Fires
  • Faulty wiring
  • Defective design
  • Falling objects
  • Injuries from collapsed structures
  • Forklift or dolly accidents
  • Insufficient lighting
  • Obstructed pathways

Your Las Vegas Slip and Fall Lawyers

There are several different ways to establish the facts necessary to prove the negligence of a property owner but it takes an experienced trial attorney to know how to prepare and present a persuasive case.

We here at Tramel Law Group take our job of helping to hold businesses and corporations accountable for following the law and keeping their property safe for you very seriously.  From the moment you retain us, we will begin aggressively investigating and analyzing your case.

And putting us to work for you costs you nothing unless we recover damages on your behalf. If you or a loved one has been injured because of a negligent property owner, call us at 702.233.2244 or fill out our free initial consultation form today.