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Premises Liability

Our lawyers can help you get the money for your injuries quickly.

Raleigh + Durham Premises Liability Attorneys

Dedicated Negligence Attorneys in North Carolina

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Get Experienced Legal Help from Hyland + Padilla, PLLC Today

Have you been injured on someone else’s property in North Carolina? If so, you may possess grounds to pursue a lawsuit if the at-fault party’s negligence led to your accident. With the help of an experienced and skilled injury lawyer, you can attempt to recover monetary compensation to pay for medical expenses, loss of income, pain and suffering, as well as wrongful death.

Common premises liability claims include:

Slip and fall accidents

Negligent security

Elevator and escalator accidents

Amusement park accidents

Common premises liability claims include:

Dog bites

Swimming pool accidents

Playground accidents

At Hyland + Padilla, PLLC, we have helped countless of our clients obtain the outcomes they desire and deserve. With more than 50 years of combined experience, we have an extensive knowledge of state laws and court processes to help you navigate through the potential complexities of your case.

The attorneys at Hyland + Padilla are here to help you maximize your potential recovery*

North Carolina Premises Liability Laws

Premises liability is an extension of personal injury law. According to premises liability law, property owners are obligated to provide a safe environment for their visitors, guests, customers, and tenants.

If there are parts of the property that may be a hazard to safety and can cause a potential injury, visitors must be warned by the property owner, if repairs were not made. However, when a property owner fails to keep their property safe or offer adequate warnings about possible dangers, he or she may be liable when visitors injure themselves.

A person filing a premises liability claim in NC must prove the following:

  • Property owner owed you a duty of care
  • Property owner failed to provide duty of care
  • You suffered an injury due to the property owner’s failure

Reach Out to Hyland + Padilla, PLLC Today

Our Durham personal injury lawyers understand that the property owner may claim that you hurt yourself. However, our legal team can investigate your accident and collect crucial evidence to build a strong and personalized legal strategy to recover your compensation. As soon as you are injured and received the proper medical attention, do not waste your time to get experienced legal help immediately.

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