Strong Representation In Premises Liability Claims
When entering into a property — whether public or private — most of have a reasonable expectation of being safe. At minimum, we expect the property to be free from unnecessary danger caused by faulty construction, negligent upkeep or failure to clean up hazardous spills. Property owners are legally liable for the injuries caused by dangerous conditions on their properties.
If you have been hurt on someone else’s property, talk with an experienced lawyer from Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP, in Oklahoma City. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling premises liability and other personal injury claims. We have been serving clients like you since our firm’s founding in 1979.
Bringing A Premises Liability Claim
There are numerous types of premises liability claims, including:
- Grocery store and restaurant slip-and-fall claims: Water spills and food on the floor are common problems in restaurants and grocery stores. Slip-and-fall claims stemming from these spills are the most common premises liability claims.
- Faulty stairs, escalators and elevators: Our lawyers represent clients who have been hurt because of malfunctioning elevators and escalators, as well collapsing stairways and faulty handrails.
- Lack of upkeep: When homeowners fail to keep their trees trimmed and their properties safe, guests are in danger of suffering serious injuries.
- Accidents on construction sites: It is common for kids to wander into construction sites and suffer serious injuries.
Many premises accident victims are reluctant to file claims for injuries suffered on someone else’s property, especially when the property owner is a friend or relative. However, we make sure to handle our clients’ premises liability claims with professionalism and care. Most of these claims are handled through the insurance companies, so there is very little enmity between plaintiffs and defendants.
Contact Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP
If you have been injured on someone else’s property, talk with our attorneys right away to discuss a premises liability claim. Call us at 405-528-6569 or email us to schedule a consultation with an experienced lawyer from Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP.