If you have been injured as a result of a defective or dangerous condition on either public or private property, please schedule a risk-free consultation with the experienced Phoenix, AZ premises liability lawyer team at Saavedra Law Firm, PLC to learn about your rights under the law and any legal options that may be available to you at this time.
All too often, individuals injured as a result of a property-related defect or danger do not explore their legal options because they assume that there is nothing that can be done to address the harm that they have suffered. However, the law protects victims of this kind of injury in many of the same ways that it protects car accident injury victims, victims of medical malpractice, and those who have been harmed by consumer products. Under some circumstances, the burden of proof in so-called “premises liability cases” is lower than it is in other personal injury matters.
“Premises liability” is the subclass of personal injury law devoted to protecting the rights of individuals who have been harmed as a result of a property-related defect or danger. Common premises liability injury case types that the experienced Phoenix, AZ premises liability lawyer team at Saavedra Law Firm, PLC handles include:
These are just a few of the premises liability case types that commonly occur in Arizona. If you suspect that you may have grounds upon which to file a legal claim, take the time to explore your options. Once we learn about the circumstances under which you were harmed, we can provide you with an objective assessment of your potential case’s strengths and weaknesses. After having your case evaluated, you’ll be empowered to make informed decisions about your situation that best reflect your needs and priorities.
Most of the time, premises liability cases follow the traditional personal injury model. This model requires injury victims to prove that they were injured as a direct result of another party’s negligence, recklessness, or intentionally dangerous conduct. However, there are premises liability cases that are tried under a “strict liability” theory, in which property owners may be held accountable for harm without any burden on the injury victim to prove the owner’s negligence, recklessness, or intentionally dangerous conduct.
If you have not yet scheduled a risk-free consultation with the trusted Arizona legal team at Saavedra Law Firm, PLC, please do so now. If you don’t explore your legal options now, you may find yourself wondering long into the future whether you could have obtained compensation related to the harm that you have suffered. Please connect with our firm’s dedicated Phoenix, AZ premises liability lawyer to learn more; we look forward to speaking with you.