Is A Negligent Property Owner Responsible For Your Injuries?
Let’s say that you are on someone else’s property when you suffer an injury due to a slip-and-fall or insufficient security or safety measures put in place. If the property owner’s negligence contributed to the accident, then you can seek compensation for your resulting damages, including:
- Lost wages and potential earnings
- Medical bills
- Rehabilitative therapy
This is where Agricola Law, LLC, comes in. At our St. Opelika office, we serve clients who sustained injuries while on the premises of another individual, business entity or municipality. With hundreds of favorable outcomes under our belts, we strive to get you the maximum amount of compensation available.
The Most Common Premises Liability Injuries
Accidents can happen at any time, anywhere. Even the most cautious of people are vulnerable to a serious injury. The premises liability injuries that we frequently handle include:
- Slip-and-falls, trip-and-falls
- Sprains and strains
- Bone fractures
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Neck and spine injuries
- Injuries from assault
- Injuries due to insufficient lighting or security
Keep in mind that many injuries do not appear immediately after an accident. You may not notice the symptoms for days, weeks or months. As long as your accident occurred less than two years ago, you are still eligible to seek compensation.
The People We Represent
We are respected members of the legal communities of Opelika, Auburn, Phenix City, Valley, Lanett, Beulah, Salem, Smith Station and Montgomery, Alabama, as well as Columbus, Georgia. Our attorneys regularly represent clients in courts in Russell County, Lee County, Chambers County, Macon County, Randolph County, Montgomery County, Tallapoosa County, Elmore County and Autauga County, Alabama, and Muscogee County, Harris County and Troup County, Georgia.
Stand Up For Your Deceased Loved One
Tragically, some accidents can result in wrongful death. When you reach out to us at Agricola Law, we can help you advocate for the spouse or relative you lost. You can not only recover compensation for certain damages but also discourage the property owner from allowing a similar accident to happen on their premises.
Free Consultations – Reach Out To Us Today
Our strong yet compassionate lawyers are ready to explain your options and help you take the next step. For all premises liability cases, we work on a contingency fee basis. You owe us nothing unless we recover compensation. Call 334-610-1064 or send us an email to schedule a completely free confidential consultation.