If you live in Arizona and have been injured on someone else’s property or premises, you may be able to file a personal injury claim in order to receive financial compensation as a result of your injuries. While every case is different, it’s important to note that land owners or property owners are responsible for preventable injuries that you or others have been subjected to.
What types of premises liability cases does Moore Injury Law handle?
- Dog bites
- Slip and fall
- Amusement ride/amusement park injuries or accidents
- Accidents snow or ice
- Sexual assault on premises
- Injuries while on a hotel/motel property
What can constitute a dangerous premises condition?
When you are present on someone else’s property (either public or private), you should feel safe. For instance, property managers have the responsibility to ensure that people are protected and shielded from danger. For instance, this applies to grocery stores, retail stores, apartment complex buildings, offices, shopping malls, restaurant/eateries, amusement parks, and many more. If you’re unsure that your case qualifies, just give us a a call and we’ll set up a free consultation.