Representing Injury Victims Throughout North Carolina
When you visit a retail store, mall, business, or another type of property that is not your own, you have a reasonable expectation that you will not be harmed because of the property owner’s negligence. If this situation did befall you, you deserve compensation for the injuries you suffered. The good news is that you do not have to navigate this time on your own—our team at Ricci Law Firm Injury Lawyers is here for you. We have recovered tens of millions of dollars for injury victims in our collective 60 years of experience*.
For a free consultation with an experienced Greenville premises liability lawyer, reach out to Ricci Law Firm Injury Lawyers at (252) 777-2222.
What Is Premises Liability?
Premises liability refers to the liability of property owners and occupants (non-owner resident) for injuries caused on their property.
Common types of accidents in premises liability cases include:
There are just a few of the types of issues that can arise because of an unsafe property. These accidents have the potential to lead to very serious injuries, such as a broken spinal cord, head injury, as well as scars and disfigurement. As a result, you may face extensive medical expenses and the necessity for lifestyle modifications and an inability to work.
What to Do if You Have Suffered a Serious Personal Injury
You may feel frustrated, confused and alone after suffering an injury on someone else’s property. The property owner or occupant is probably doing little in the way of helping you cope with your injury, and their attorneys may even be pressuring you to accept a settlement or to say that the accident was your fault. This can be especially true when you are dealing with a larger corporation, such as in cases of HOTEL NEGLIGENCE. When you are injured in this type of accident, you need an experienced premises liability lawyer at your side, to protect your rights and fight for what is best for you.
A property owner or occupant has a duty to keep the premises maintained and reasonably safe.
This area of law becomes complex as it involves many factors, such as:
- What was your purpose in visiting the property?
- What was your status legally as a visitor?
- Could an injury have been predicted?
- Was the property not properly cared for?
Our Greenville premises liability attorneys can address all of these issues and others. Premises liability is influenced by state laws, and you need a lawyer with extensive knowledge of these laws in North Carolina.
To find out if you have a personal injury case based on an injury you sustained at an unsafe property, please contact Ricci Law Firm Injury Lawyers for a free consultation. Our experienced injury attorneys serve Greenville, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Charlotte, and nearby areas of North Carolina.