St. Louis Premises Liability Lawyer
Call Millikan Wright, LLC to Explore Your Injury Claim Options
Have you been hurt due to the dangerous conditions on a commercial or residential
property that does not belong to you? If so, you may have the grounds
to pursue a premises liability claim. These injury suits hold the owners
of these properties accountable for the dangerous conditions that should
have addressed or known about prior to any injury occurring.
Millikan Wright, LLC, our dedicated team of
St. Louis injury attorneys have more than half a century of legal experience. We know what it takes
to document these claims and take decisive legal action against those
responsible-- even if they are a large, commercial entity. If you believe
that you have a claim, we are ready to hear your story and start assessing
your legal options during this difficult time.
Start pursuing the relief you deserve.
Contact our team at 314.272.3368 today.
How Premises Liability Suits Work
In the state of Missouri (and most other states, as well), property owners
owe something called "duty of care" to welcome visitors to their
property. This duty of care means that they must a) provide safe conditions
for visitors, b) warn visitors of any existing conditions that could be
hazardous, and c) address any newly discovered dangerous conditions in
a timely manner. Common locations involved with these suits include retail
stores, supermarkets, event venues, parking structures, and residential
Common examples of premises liability cases involve:
- Slip and fall injuries
- Dog bites
- Lack of security
- Swimming pool accidents
- Toxic exposures (lead paint, etc.)
- Any defective conditions on a premises leading to injury
In these cases, the burden is on the plaintiff (the injured party) to prove
that they were owed duty of care and that the property owner's inability
to provide it directly contributed to an injury. At our firm, we are well-versed
in providing this kind of investigative diligence. We are prepared to
document a scene, speak to witnesses, and even consult with experts to
ensure that the circumstances of your avoidable injury are compellingly
put forth before the law.
It can be possible to receive the compensation you deserve. Start exploring
your legal options with a
free case evaluation.