Visitor safety should never be compromised.
Premises liability laws vary from state to state. In Colorado and Wyoming, for example, the victim needs to prove that they were on the property legally, that the owner had a duty to protect them, and that the injury was a result of the owner’s negligence. Keep in mind there are additional responsibilities for landlords in terms of maintaining sound structural and security measures.
In the event of being injured on another person’s property, you will need a dedicated legal team working on your premises liability case.
At Metier Law, our injury lawyers have nearly 30 years of experience representing victims in premises liability cases. We serve those throughout the United States, including Colorado, Nebraska, Texas, Louisiana, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, California, Oregon, and Washington. Our premises liability attorneys take an aggressive approach with each case, ensuring clients receive maximum compensation to account for pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical expenses.