Trip and Fall Lawyers in Halifax Helping the Injured Secure Compensation
Property owners have a legal responsibility to keep their guests safe. If a property owner fails to keep a guest safe, they could be held liable for their guest’s injuries under Halifax’s premises liability laws.
If you’ve been injured as a result of someone’s failure to maintain safe conditions on their property, you may be entitled to compensation. Don’t face the challenge of recovering compensation on your own. Focus on making a full recovery from your injuries while our premises liability lawyers handle your claim.
The premises liability lawyers at McKiggan Hebert are committed to helping you fight for the compensation you deserve. Call 902-423-2050 now to schedule a free consultation and learn more about your legal options.
How Does A Premises Liability Claim Work?
The party that is in control of a property is responsible for maintaining it in a safe condition. This may include the property owner, landlord, tenant, or occupant of the property. If one of these parties fails to maintain safe conditions on the property, they can be held liable in the event that someone is injured due to a hazardous condition.
If this happens to you, the law gives you the right to file a premises liability claim against the at-fault party to recover compensation for your injuries. As a victim, you could be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
Unfortunately, recovering compensation is not easy, especially if you are not represented by an experienced lawyer. That’s why it’s in your best interest to turn to our premises liability lawyers for help. Over the years, we’ve helped countless clients take legal action in order to secure the compensation they deserve for their injuries. We know what it takes to win these complex cases—let us prove it to you.
What Are the Most Common Types of Premises Liability Claims?
Many different types of hazardous conditions can be found on public and private properties in Halifax. If you are injured due to one of these hazardous conditions, you may have the right to file a premises liability claim against the party that is in control of the property.
Many premises liability claims involve:
- Trip and falls
- Slip and falls
- Poor lighting
- Faulty walkways, stairs, elevators, and escalators
- Dog bites
- Poor security
- Ice or snow accumulation
- Exposure to harmful fumes or substances
- Defective railings and decks
- Falling objects
- Uneven carpeting
- Substandard window panes
- Nails, broken glass, or sharp objects
Accidents can occur on any type of property, including malls, parks, hotels, schools, restaurants, apartment buildings, and private homes. If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous hazard on someone else’s property, discuss your right to compensation with the personal injury lawyers at McKiggan Hebert right away.
How Can You Hold A Property Owner Liable in A Premises Liability Claim?
You cannot win compensation in a premises liability claim unless you are able to prove the property owner’s liability. In other words, you must show that the property owner was negligent and that you were injured as a result of their negligence.
Here are the key elements you will need to prove to establish liability and win compensation for your injuries:
- There was a dangerous condition on the defendant’s property.
- The defendant created, knew, or should have known about the dangerous condition on their property.
- The defendant did not warn you about the dangerous condition or take the necessary steps to fix the dangerous condition.
- You were injured due to the dangerous condition on the defendant’s property.
- You suffered damages as a result of your injuries.
You cannot prove these elements without evidence. Let our lawyers launch an investigation into the accident to gather the evidence that we need to support your claim and secure the compensation you deserve.
Schedule A Free Consultation With Our Halifax Premises Liability Lawyers Today
Have you been injured on another person’s property in Halifax? If so, you need to seek legal representation from the skilled premises liability lawyers at McKiggan Hebert as soon as possible. Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Halifax have years of experience helping the injured win compensation in premises liability cases. Let us use our extensive experience, resources, and knowledge to help you secure the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Schedule a free consultation with our team to learn more about how we can help you reach the best possible outcome in your case. To book your free consultation, call 902-423-2050 or fill out the form on this website.