Colorado Premises Liability Lawyers

Falling down because you tripped or slipped on something is not only embarrassing, but it can result in very serious injuries. When you injure your body as the result of falling make sure you first get the medical attention you need. If you fell and injured yourself because of hazardous conditions, it could be the responsibility of the property owner to compensate you for your medical treatment.  Property owners have certain duties to provide safe grounds to those authorized on their property.  Injuries sustained in cases like a slip and fall can be serious and can result in extensive medical consequences and lifelong complications.

Colorado Slip and Fall Lawyers - McDivitt Law

Our Personal Injury Team Can Help

On top of medical issues, personal injuries can also bring catastrophic financial ramifications. If you’re missing work and facing major medical bills as the result of a personal injury received on someone else’s property, enlisting the assistance of an attorney might be one of the best things you can do for your recovery. The Team at McDivitt understands the complexities of premises liability cases, and we are happy to answer your questions.

Premises Liability Cases

Premises liability covers an array of case types.  The Team at McDivitt Law Firm has experience in many case types including:

  • Slip and fall cases
  • Substandard sidewalks
  • Dangerous stairs or railings
  • Dog bites
  • Retail store liability

How do you know if you have a premises liability case?

Premises liability cases are personal injury claims. If your attorney can prove that your injury resulted from the fault of the landowner, you may be entitled to compensation for your past and future losses, including the following:

  • Medical bills that result from injuries
  • Lost wages and earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Disability
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Emotional stress
  • Impairment
  • Scarring and disfigurement

Why work with a lawyer in a Colorado premises liability case?

Like all personal injury claims, you may represent yourself in a premises liability case. However, premises liability claims can be particularly complicated when dealing with an insurance company, especially if you have to file a lawsuit.

Working with a personal injury lawyer will ensure that you have an advocate on your side that knows the law and can protect your rights, while navigating the often murky waters of the legal system on your behalf.

If you have been injured as the result of the negligence of a landowner call us toll free at 877-846-4878 or fill out a free case evaluation form. Your initial consultation is absolutely free and you do not owe anything until we collect money for you.