Holding Business Owners Responsible When They Do Not Maintain Their Property
Whether you are at a grocery store, mall, amusement park or any other place of business, you expect that the property you visit will be free from hazards. When New Mexico business owners fail to repair their property or post safety warnings, you can get hurt and suffer serious injuries.
Proving dangerous property conditions led to your slip-and-fall accident is not easy. It takes legal insight and a targeted strategy to challenge property owners and their insurance providers. Our legal team at the Law Office of Nathan Cobb has the experience you need to file personal injury claims and receive fair compensation for your injuries.
Premises Liability Claims Cover More Than Slip-And-Fall Injuries
Premises liability laws require business owners and operators take appropriate measures to protect visitors from injuries caused by:
- Falling objects, such as items from shelves or improperly installed ceiling tiles
- Uneven, wet or slippery stairs or walking surfaces
- Loose carpeting
- Poorly lit parking lots
- Broken or loose handrails
Although you may have been injured on commercial property, it is often the business’s insurance company that is responsible for paying out a slip- or trip-and-fall claim. These corporations hire lawyers who work hard to delay, complicate or prevent legitimate lawsuits from reaching New Mexico courts.
Attorney Cobb is familiar with the methods opposing counsel use to limit your settlement. You can be certain that he will develop an approach that addresses these tactics and secures a favorable outcome.
Do You Believe You Have A Case? Get An Assessment Today.
Share your story with our team and learn about your legal options. We offer free claim evaluations at our Albuquerque office. Reach us online or over the phone at 505-225-8880 to make your appointment.