PERSONAL OR THIRD PARTY PROPERTY ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS
Compensation for Injuries that Occur on Someone Else’s Property
When serious injuries occur in an accident on another’s property — on commercial property or private property — the injured person may be able to seek compensation from a homeowners’ insurance policy or a general liability policy. This is especially true where the negligence of the property owner was a contributing factor in the accident.
For example, if a child is injured when a home-made tree house falls from a tree or a pedestrian is bitten by an unrestrained dog, the homeowner can be held accountable through a personal injury claim and compensation can be recovered via the homeowners’ policy.
However, breach of a contract can also be a factor in these types of cases. For example, if your lease declares that the landlord is going to keep your property up to code and the code requires a handrail for all staircases, all staircases must have handrails. If your stairs do not have a handrail and you are seriously injured in a fall on the stairs, you may be able to hold your landlord personally responsible for medical bills and other damages.
Dedicated Representation in Premises Liability Cases
If you were injured on someone else’s property and want to know if they can be held responsible for your medical bills, talk with a knowledgeable lawyer who can explain premises liability law and how it applies to your case.
At Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P., we help injured people recover much-needed compensation in dangerous property cases in Minnesota, and western Wisconsin. We have obtained many successful verdicts and settlements for people injured by animal attacks, assaults due to negligent security, and in falls on residential or commercial property. We also handle wrongful death cases stemming from these incidents.
Trust Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P. to secure the compensation to which you are entitled for your injuries and medical bills. Contact our Twin Cities law office to schedule a free initial consultation. We are available by phone or email 24/7 and respond to messages within 24 hours. Call (651) ANY.TIME (651) 269.8463.
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14 4th Street SW, #203-13
Rochester, MN., 55902
Phone number: 507-269-8463 (507-ANY-TIME)
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100 S. 5th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Main Phone: 651-ANY-TIME
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Office fax: 612-379-0480