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St. George Premises Liability Lawyers

We expect property managers and business owners to keep their grounds well-maintained and safe for everyone. However, if you or a family member is injured on another person’s property, you might be entitled to compensation under Utah’s premises liability laws. Contact the St. George premises liability attorneys of Feller & Wendt, LLC for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights after an injury or accident on another party’s property.

Why Choose Feller & Wendt, LLC To Handle Your Premises Liability Case?

Our premises liability attorneys in St. George have over 30 years of combined legal experience handling injury claims. We have a track record of successful injury cases, and we treat our clients like family. When you hire an attorney with our law firm, you receive that attorney’s cell phone number. You can contact your lawyer if there is a problem or you need to discuss the case. 

Our staff members are an exceptional group of legal professionals who assist our lawyers with injury cases. Together, they work on your claim to pursue all legal remedies to recover compensation for your injuries.

In addition to offering a free consultation to discuss your case with an attorney, our law firm accepts premises liability cases on a contingency fee basis. You do not pay any attorneys’ fees until our lawyers recover compensation for your injury claim.

What Types of Premises Liability Claims Do We Handle?

Our premises liability attorneys in St. George handle a wide variety of cases related to premises liability law. Examples of some of the types of premises liability cases that our lawyers handle include, but are not limited to:

  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Electrical Accidents
  • Fires and Explosions
  • Escalator and Elevator Accidents
  • Swimming Pool Accidents
  • Falling Objects
  • Broken Flooring, Stairs, and Handrails
  • Uneven Pavement and Surfaces
  • Inadequate Lighting and Security
  • Construction Site Negligence
  • Bed Bugs
  • Playground Accidents

If you are injured while on someone else’s property, the property owner might be liable for your injuries and damages. Damages in a premises liability claim include medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering, and permanent disabilities. The amount you might receive for a premises liability claim depends on whether you can prove the property owner breached the duty of care owed to invitees and guests.

Proving Liability for a St. George Premises Liability Claim

All property owners owe a duty of care to invitees and guests to provide safe premises. In some cases, the duty of care can be extended to trespassers, especially young children who are enticed to enter the property. However, you must also prove that the property owner breached the duty of care. 

In most cases, you must prove that the property owner:

  • Failed to take reasonable steps to maintain the property;
  • Knew or should have known about a dangerous or hazardous condition on the property;
  • Failed to repair dangerous conditions; and,
  • Failed to provide adequate warning of the dangers and risks.

Additionally, you must prove that the danger or hazard was a direct cause of your injury and that you suffered damages because of the injury. If you cannot establish a duty of care, breach, causation, and injury, you are unlikely to win a premises liability case.

Contact Our St. George Premises Liability Lawyers for a Free Case Review

At Feller & Wendt, LLC, we take premises liability claims very seriously. Property owners who fail to maintain their property create hazards and risks for anyone entering the premises. If an injury occurs, property owners should be held liable for injuries and damages caused by negligence and carelessness.

We encourage you to reach out to our law firm to discuss your case with an experienced St. George slip and fall attorney. However, do not wait too long to talk with a lawyer. The time to file a premises liability claim is restricted by Utah’s Statute of Limitations. Waiting too long to speak with an attorney could result in losing the right to pursue legal action to recover compensation for an injury claim.

Call (801) 499-5060 now for a free consultation with a premises liability attorney in St. George, Utah.

 

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