Ladah Law Firm Can Help You Build A Strong Case For Compensation If You’ve Been Injured On Public Property.

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Las Vegas Public Property Accident Lawyer

A property owner has a legal responsibility to maintain a property in a safe condition for anyone who enters on the property. If a property owner fails to maintain the condition of the property and a visitor suffers an injury, then the person may have legal claim under the theory of premises liability. There are two main types of premises liability claims: accidents that occur on public property and accidents that occur on private property.

Public property accidents commonly occur at parks, streets, schools, libraries, public buildings, or public transportation. Often times, people may even be injured in a city parking lot. If you have suffered an injury on public property, you should contact an attorney to discuss the situation. Because Ladah Law Firm is experienced & understand Las Vegas public property accident, we can help you protect your rights. We can also determine if you may be eligible to recover some type of compensation for injuries, including medical expenses, physical and emotional pain and suffering, lost wages, and loss of earning capacity. Call us today at 702.252.0055 to find out how we can help you.

Establishing Fault in Public Property Accidents

In order to hold a property owner liable for one’s injuries, there are specific legal elements that one must establish. In particular, one must establish that:

  • The property owner owed a legal duty to person on the property to maintain the property in a safe condition;
  • The property owner breached this duty by failing to maintain the property when he/she knew of a dangerous or defective condition or should have known of the dangerous or defective condition;
  • The property owner’s breach resulted in another person suffering injuries; and
  • The person suffered damages, such as physical and emotional injuries, property damage, or medical expenses.

Common Public Property Accidents

From parks to streets to public transportation, there are numerous different situations in which someone may suffer an injury on public property. The most common types of accidents on public property include:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents on defective roads and streets;
  • Defective or dangerous road work or construction;
  • Defective stairs or escalators in public places; and
  • Wet or slippery floors in public areas, such as in government buildings or other public places.

Injured on Public Property? Contact a Las Vegas Injury Lawyer

If you have suffered an injury on public property, the Las Vegas public accident attorneys at the Ladah Law Firm are here to protect your legal rights. Our Las Vegas public property accident attorneys have likely helped victims recover compensation in a variety of similar situations. Whether it is a slip-and-fall accident on a street or an injury on public transportation, our Las Vegas public property accident attorneys will fight for your rights.

Contact our Las Vegas public property accident attorneys today for a free initial consultation and case evaluation. Go ahead & call us: 702.252.0055 or you can come to our office located in Vegas, at 517 South 3rd Street.

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