Premises Liability

If you are injured while on another person's property, the legal principle of premises liability dictates that the manager or owner of that property is responsible for your injuries if the accident was caused by negligence. While some accidents are unavoidable, many can be directly attributed to carelessness on the part of the property owner, such as failure to remove hazards on the property or to warn against known dangers. Nearly any property owner can be sued for premises liability, from a private homeowner to a restaurant, hotel or retail store, or even a landlord who fails to provide reasonable security measures. There are many situations which can lead one to be injured while on another person's property; the most common circumstances include:

  • Poor lighting conditions
  • Poor layout or design of the property
  • Poor maintenance or repair of the property
  • Broken handrails / stairwells
  • Slippery or wet floors

If an unsafe condition has resulted in you being injured while on another's property, then it is recommended that you retain the services of a skilled personal injury lawyer at our firm. We will be able to provide you with experienced representation in your case and fight to recover fair compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys represent clients in a wide variety of premises liability claims, from slip & fall, food poisoning and assaults / attacks, to dog bites, casino accidents, fireworks accidents, and elevator / escalator accidents.

Helping You Claim Compensation

Injuries sustained due to property negligence can result in consequences for the victim that last for a lifetime. Serious falls can leave one partially or fully disabled or unable to work, causing extreme hardship to the person and their family. We at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC understand what it is like in the aftermath of an injurious accident, and that is why we provide professional and caring service to individuals throughout St. Louis. Our goal in every case is to secure the compensation our clients need to make full recoveries, and we employ all legal means at our disposal to increase the likelihood of fair compensation. Call our offices today if you have been injured on another's property and want to learn whether you have grounds to sue for premises liability.