Premises liability or “slip and fall” cases present unique challenges for attorneys, and experience investigating these cases is critical for success. It is the responsibility of a property owner to ensure that the conditions of their property are safe for all who may enter. Premises liability cases begin with an accident that happens on the property of another as the result of unsafe conditions on the property.
When making a premises liability claim, you must be able to prove that the property owner was negligent in maintaining their property. Property owners owe a duty of reasonable care in regard to the upkeep of their property. This does not mean, however, that the property owner is automatically considered negligent if dangerous conditions exist on their property. When pursuing a case, you must prove that the owner knew, or reasonably should have known, about the dangerous conditions.
Lee Injury Law can provide you with the most competent and compassionate level of representation in your case. Our firm has extensive knowledge in South Carolina premises liability laws, as well as the courtroom experience required to prove these cases.
To find out how you can benefit from the services of our highly experienced Lexington, Orangeburg, and Columbia premises liability attorney, call Lee Injury Law for a free legal consultation at 803-500-0000.