Carson City Premises Liability Lawyer

Personal injuries can happen at any time. If you are injured on someone else’s property or the property of a business, you might be entitled to compensation. When other people and entities don’t take care to keep their property or premises safe, they should be held accountable for your injuries.

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you need to reach out to the team at Kilpatrick Bullentini right away. We can represent you in your personal injury case with compassion and skill and help you to seek a favorable outcome for your case. We work hard for those who live in the Carson City area to secure the necessary compensation to recover from this kind of accident.

What Kinds of Accidents Fall Under the Umbrella of Premises Liability Cases?

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you might not be sure if your case counts as premise liability or not. There are some common types of injuries that can happen on someone else’s property that fall under this heading:

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Slip and Fall Injuries

This kind of injury is the most common premise liability injury. Slip and fall injuries can be devastating to someone’s health, and you might even have to quit working or change professions after this kind of accident.

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Elevator/Escalator Injuries

If you have been harmed while using an escalator or an elevator on someone else’s property, this kind of injury counts as a premise liability case.

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Swimming Pool Injuries

Injuries related to the use of a public swimming pool or the use of a private swimming pool are premise liability cases.

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Fire or Ice and Snow Injuries

Fires that cause injury or death and snow and ice-related injuries can also fall under the heading of premise liability.

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Dog Bites

Dog bites can sometimes also fall under the heading or premise liability. Nevada law related to dog bites is complex and requires the support of a skilled lawyer.


Premise Maintenance Issues

When someone’s home or business property is not maintained, accidents can happen. Lacerations, bruises, and other physical injuries related to unsafe items on the premises or unsafe conditions on someone’s property also fall under the heading of premise liability.

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The Property Owner’s Duty of Care

A property owner has a duty of care that they owe to those who visit their location. This means that everything on the property should be in good working order at all times. Areas of the property that are not safe need to be indicated clearly and those who are visiting the premises should be prevented from accessing these spaces whenever possible.

Premise liability cases are focused on determining who was at fault for the accident. This is the primary focus of representation in these cases. This is why an investigation is such a key aspect of defending clients who have been harmed on someone else’s property.

Property owners face liability charges for accidents related to negligence, animals on the property, and incorrect maintenance of the property and its structures. While it is most common to think about this responsibility in conjunction with business locations, private homes are also affected by this duty of care.

If you have been hurt on the property of a friend or family member, you will still seek compensation through a premise liability case. Often, insurance companies handle the main burden of paying for injuries and costs associated with this kind of injury. Your lawyer can handle all of the stressful parts of working with the insurance company to ensure that you can seek the settlement or compensation that you deserve.

How Can a Lawyer Help?

The team at Kilpatrick and Bullentini have the years of experience and the skills that you need access to when you seek compensation for injuries that occurred on someone else’s property. We can tackle your case with attention to detail and compassion for your current situation. We recognize that you have probably been forced to take time off of work and that you have bills related to your accident that need to be paid.

We work hard for our clients to collect information about the accident, to talk to eyewitnesses, and to collect expert testimony when necessary. We will work with the insurance companies that are involved in the case and help you to seek the insurance payout or settlement that you deserve to recover from the accident.

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We work hard to hold the person who caused your injuries accountable for the accident. We make sure that our clients can get back on their feet after this kind of accident and that the property owner who was responsible is required to rectify the problem that caused the accident in the first place.

Seeking compensation or settlement demands without a lawyer on your side can be tough. We make sure that you don’t have to worry about your bills being paid or your pain being acknowledged after your accident. We have years of experience in helping those who have suffered a premise liability accident in the Carson City area to seek a favorable outcome in their cases.

Working With a Skilled Premises Liability Lawyer Matters

At Kilpatrick Bullentini, we have years of experience working on all kinds of premise liability cases. We will take the time to review your case thoroughly and conduct an investigation into the details of the accident. From securing eyewitness testimony to working with insurance companies, we will make sure that you do not have to try to tackle the legal process all on your own. Recovery after your accident should be your only concern.

The team at our office will be happy to meet with you for a consultation after your accident on someone else’s property. We have the years of experience and the attention to detail necessary to seek a favorable outcome in your case. Working with a lawyer who knows Nevada law inside and out is essential in these cases, and the team at Kilpatrick Bullentini has the personal injury experience that you have been looking for.

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