A Premises Liability Attorney Can Help You
If you were injured on another individual’s property because they failed to provide a safe location, you may have the right to collect compensation for your injuries.
Wondering whether you have a case?
PREMISES LIABILITY ATTORNEY
Premises Liability Cases Have
FOUR MAIN REQUIREMENTS
Ownership of the Property
The first key factor in a premises liability case in Utah is proving that the person who caused the injury owned, occupied, or leased the property where the injury occurred.
The next step is to show that the owner was negligent in their care of the property by failing to provide a safe location for visitors.
Presence of an Injury
Another aspect of your case is the ability to prove that you were harmed in some way, and to prove the extent to which the injury has affected your life.
Impact of Negligence
You must prove that the property owner’s negligence was a major factor in causing your injuries.
Schedule a Free Consultation
The best way to find out if you have a case is to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an attorney at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton. We can discuss the details of your case with you and determine the best course of action.
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We Can Help You Collect
THE COMPENSATION YOU TRULY DESERVE
Know the Value of Your Case
If you try to go it alone, you may not understand the full value of your claim or the different types of compensation you deserve. Our team is dedicated to helping you collect maximum compensation.
We’re Your Advocate
In general, the insurance company does not have your best interests at heart. They may offer you a lowball settlement that barely covers the extent of your injuries. Our personal injury attorneys understand what your claim is worth and can negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf.
If your case ends up in court, you need someone with the legal know-how to ensure you are protected. Our attorneys can gather evidence for your case and represent you in court to improve your chances of receiving maximum compensation.
Our Attorneys Handle
a Wide Variety of Premises Liability Cases
Utah premises liability laws hold property owners responsible for injuries caused by hazards on their property. If you or a family member were hurt because of unsafe conditions in a store, home, business, or public venue, you need the help of an experienced premises liability attorney. The attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton practice personal injury law, assisting victims of all types of accidents.
Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton offer a free initial consultation to assess your case. Please contact us today to set up your appointment with a personal injury attorney.
When unsafe conditions lead to your injury, you may be able to hold the property owner accountable.
Premises Liability Cases
Premises liability laws apply to the owner or caretaker of a private home, a park, a hotel or a school — any place where an individual or the public is invited. In a premises liability case, it must be shown that an injury resulted from negligence, meaning that the owner or property manager knew or should have known about a hazard, and did nothing to safeguard the visitor. At the very least, if a hazard cannot be eliminated, adequate warnings must be posted. The law holds that even trespassers are entitled to warning about an obvious hazard.
There are a variety of accidents that can trigger a premises liability lawsuit. Some of the more common accidents include:
Slip and Fall – A walkway containing a hazard, such as spilled liquid or debris, can be an accident waiting to happen. Slip and falls are the most common type of injury accident, and though many cause minor scrapes and sprains, some can prove catastrophic or even fatal.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning – A malfunctioning heater can emit odorless carbon monoxide gas that can prove deadly when inhaled for a sustained period of time. These accidents are common in cold weather months, especially in older apartment buildings.
Dog Bites – Dog attacks can cause severe, disfiguring injury, and children are frequent victims. Dogs known to be dangerous must be properly penned or leashed to avoid attacking a visitor or passerby.
Drowning – Water is considered an “attractive nuisance” to children, and pools are expected to be properly fenced and gated.
Parking Area Crime – When a business is known to be in a high crime area, the parking lot should be secure and well lit. Victims of violent crime in parking areas may have a premises liability case.
Firearm Accidents – Unfortunately, accidents involving firearms occur all too frequently. Although many specifics shape these cases, property owners may be held responsible for accidental shootings.
Our attorneys ask clients to focus on healing and recuperation while we handle the insurance claims and legal matters.
Legal Help for Injury
A serious injury or wrongful death has long-term repercussions. In many cases, life for the injured party or family will never be the same. When negligence is to blame, it is reasonable to expect reimbursement and compensation for injuries and losses.
Our attorneys ask clients to focus on healing and recuperation while we handle the insurance claims and legal matters. We work diligently to gather evidence and establish your damages, providing the type of legal assistance we would want for our own family.
Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton
From left to right: Zeb Weeks, Mark Flickinger, Brett Boulton, Kevin Sutterfield, Bruce Franson
Our team at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton has been representing injured victims throughout Utah for over 25 years. With our team of attorneys, we are equipped to handle a variety of personal injury case.
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Request your free consultation online or call our firm at (801) 370-0505 today. There is no obligation to hire, and we collect no fees unless we make a recovery on your behalf.
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