Alabama Premises Liability Attorney
Fighting for those injured in central Alabama – Eufaula, Union Springs, Clayton
Premises Liability and Slip-and-Fall Law Overview
Slip-and-fall accidents and severe injuries can result when a property owner or other party responsible for property maintenance fails to provide safe premises or warn others of hazards.
Our skilled team of premises liability attorneys can help you seek maximum financial compensation for your injury or loss. You will never incur any legal fees until we obtain a financial settlement or jury award on your personal injury claim or lawsuit. Penn and Seaborn has proven over the years that we can be trusted with even the most complex of litigation. We have been successful in recovering substantial settlements on behalf of our clients and have demonstrated our commitment to the injured of Alabama.
Time is of the essence. If you have been injured, or your loved one has died as the result of another’s careless conduct, don’t wait, contact us today for a complimentary case review.
Examples of Unsafe Property Conditions
Whether it’s a property owner, landlord, controlling tenant, or maintenance personnel, the agent in control of a premises has a responsibility to maintain safe premises, repair potential hazards, and warn others of known risks. Slip-and-fall accidents due to negligence can occur in essentially any setting, from commercial properties such as malls to public properties such as government buildings to private residences to construction sites.
Factors in personal injury lawsuits related to premises liability issues include:
Broken or Missing Stairs, Handrails or Guardrails
Wet, Icy or Slippery Conditions
Construction or Renovation Hazards
Inaccessible Emergency Exits
Lack of Warning Signs
Our Personal Injury Attorneys Get Results
We believe that every case is an important one and that every client deserves personal attention, compassion and an attorney who will fight for your rights. No matter the extent of the injuries or the type of accident that you have been injured in, do not hesitate to get the involvement of an Alabama personal injury attorney from our firm. Contact us today.
Recent Premises Liability Legal News
Penn & Seaborn settled a trip and fall case in Crenshaw County, Alabama, against a restaurant. Our client tripped and fell while entering the business, and suffered a broken elbow. Our client required surgery, and
Penn and Seaborn filed a lawsuit against an Elmore County gas station. We believe the evidence will show that the gas station allowed the plumbing to leak onto the floor of the bathroom for an
The legal theory of premises liability holds property owners and residents liable for accidents and injuries that occur on that property.