Las Vegas Premises Liability Attorney
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"Premises liability" is a general term for a personal injury
in which the victim was harmed while on property (or premises) owned by
another person or entity. Typically these are
slip and fall claims that occur in stores, restaurants, hotels, and other commercial locations,
but the truth is that nearly any injury can be considered premises liability
as long as the property owner failed to provide a reasonably safe environment
to invited visitors.
If you believe you were hurt due to the negligence of a property owner, the
Law Offices of Steven M. Burris is ready to hear from you. Our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers bring
more than three decades of legal experience and advocacy to injured victims.
Every one of their clients can rest assured that they will receive personalized,
attentive counsel and never be treated like just another case number.
Retain a premises liability attorney ready to fight for you.
Contact the team at the Law Offices of Steven M. Burris today.
"Duty of Care" & Premises Liability
Bringing a successful premises liability suit to court depends on a critical
concept called duty of care. Duty of care, in the most basic terms, is
the responsibility property owners have to provide a safe environment
for visitors that are welcome on the premises.
To recover compensation, premises liability claims must prove:
- That the property owner/manager owed the plaintiff duty of care
- That the dangerous conditions were due to a lack of duty of care
- That the dangerous conditions led directly to the injury
If these three things can be clearly demonstrated in court, then recovering
compensation is possible. The burden of proving these factors, however,
falls on the plaintiff. At the Law Offices of Steven M. Burris, our Las Vegas
personal injury attorneys are prepared to help clients gather the appropriate evidence to support
their claim, structure a suit that speaks to their financial needs, and
aggressively fight to hold the negligent parties responsible.
Start the process today. Contact the firm to
schedule a free consultation.