Have you or a loved one suffered a fall due to dangerous conditions on someone else's property? If so, they may be eligible to receive compensation. In West Virginia, property owners are expected to provide welcome visitors to their property safe conditions. When they fail to do this and a visitor is seriously hurt, the owner could be liable for damages.
At Jividen Law Offices, PLLC our legal team has nearly 75 years of combined legal experience. That means we bring an uncommon understanding of our clients' needs, options, and rights in every case that we handle. Time and time again, our award-winning West Virginia personal injury attorneys secured the relief our clients deserve and are ready to help you and your family seek justice for your accident.
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To successfully assert a premises liability claim (which includes slip and fall accidents), the injured plaintiff must prove that they were owed something called duty of care. Duty of care is the legal responsibility all property owners have to maintain safe conditions on their premises and remedy any dangers as swiftly as possible. This is true of residential properties, but also commercial properties as well, where customers, patrons, and other visitors invited to enter and spend money.
Do you believe that your slip and fall injury meets the criteria explained above? If so, our team is ready to hear from you. Slip and fall injury claims usually require a collection of evidence—from documenting the scene of the accident to interviewing any witnesses. Our West Virginia personal injury lawyer understands that few injury victims are up to these tasks, which is why our firm is prepared to do the legwork in these cases and ensure that the most thorough and compelling case for compensation is put forth on their behalf.
Your injury deserves to be answered for. Call our offices today to start exploring your legal options.