North Carolina Premises Liability Attorneys
Helping Victims of Dangerous Property Conditions
In certain situations, property owners owe members of the public a duty
of care when they are visiting, using, or renting property. The
North Carolina personal injury lawyers at Twiggs, Strickland & Rabenau represents plaintiffs who have suffered
serious injuries or have lost loved ones because of a property owner’s
negligence, carelessness, or recklessness.
Improperly Built, Maintained, or Secured Property
Improperly built or poorly maintained buildings expose visitors and residents
to serious health risks, such as toxins in the environment, or serious
physical harm that can result from slip and fall injuries. You are entitled
to seek compensation if your injury or medical condition results from
a property owner’s or manager’s negligence. If you are seriously
injured, our Durham personal injury attorneys may be able to help.
Furthermore, premises liability cases relating to insufficient security
are often the result of easily addressed safety issues including:
- Faulty locks
- Lack of surveillance
- Dog bites
Slip & Fall
In you are seriously injured when you slip and fall on someone else’s
property due to the property owner’s or manager’s negligence,
you may be entitled to compensation for your pain, suffering, lost wages,
medical costs, or permanent injury.
Many slip and fall accidents could have been prevented by solid construction
and proper maintenance of the property.
These accidents are commonly the result of:
- Wet floors
- Broken or uneven pavement
- Dim or limited lighting
- Obstructions in walkways
- Holes or dips in the walking surface
- Lack of warning signs
If you're lucky, you walk away from a fall with just a few bruises
and hurt pride. But when you are seriously injured, and suffer broken bones, a
brain injury, or
spinal cord injuries as a result of someone else's negligence, you deserve to be compensated.
Contact our North Carolina personal injury lawyers at (919) 701-8132 to set up an appointment for a
consultation. You pay us no legal fees unless you receive compensation.