Whenever you are on someone else’s property, you have the right to expect that their property is safe or to be warned of any hazards that are not obvious which could harm you. This is true regardless of whether you are in a grocery store, an office building, a neighbor’s home, or anywhere similar. You would be obligated to meet the same requirements for visitors in your home. This general idea is referred to as premises liability law.
If you or someone you love was injured or killed on another person’s property in an incident or attack, call Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi, PLC today. Our premises liability lawyers in Olive Branch have been helping individuals recover compensation for their losses since 1970. As a result, we gained an in-depth understanding of Mississippi personal injury law, and we accrued a lengthy track record of success. Our attorneys can guide you through each stage of the claims process as we fight for the fair and full compensation to which you are entitled.
Call Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi today at (901) 526-2126 or contact us online to set up a free consultation with our Olive Branch premises liability attorneys.
Visitors on other people’s property are usually divided into four different categories.
As a visitor, you could be:
There are many different ways in which a property owner can be negligent. For example, a broken rail could cause a visitor to fall and suffer a serious head or back injury or broken bones. Similarly, inadequate lighting in a hotel or restaurant parking lot could directly lead to a violent assault. Whatever the case may be, it is essential that you seek immediate medical attention and notify the owner of the property. You should also try to get the contact information of any witnesses, as well as take photographs of your injuries and the scene of the incident.
Our premises liability attorneys handle the following types of cases:
Our attorneys fight for the maximum compensation our clients are owed. With compensation, you can help cover medical bills, disability-related expenses, damaged property, and more. Reach out to our firm today and set up a free consultation. We can discuss your situation with you and help you determine the best way to proceed.
Call (901) 526-2126 and speak with one of our premises liability lawyers in Olive Branch.
A:Claims against the Tennessee state government are possible, but very complex. You must file your claim within one year from the date the injury occurred or your case will not be valid. Additionally, the state is protected by caps on damages, including a $1,000,000 cap for catastrophic losses and a $750,000 cap for non-economic damages.
A:Damages in premises liability claims (or more broadly, personal injury suits) are generally broken up into two categories: Economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are all your accident-related expenses, including medical bills, inability to work, burial expenses (in wrongful death cases), etc. Non-economic damages allow you to be compensated for other losses, such as quality of life, companionship, and pain and suffering.
We are not afraid to go to trial and will fight for every dollar you deserve.
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We have an over 40-year track record of successful verdicts & settlements.
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