Premises Liability

KMH&L wins cases for clients whose injuries result from hazardous conditions that go beyond slips & falls.

We’re experts in demonstrating negligence

Negligence is something that you will need to prove, because injury alone is not sufficient for winning your premises liability claim.

Property owners are obligated under federal, state, and local law to keep their land and structures safe for authorized visitors. So if you’ve sustained injuries due to an accident on someone else’s property, there is a high likelihood that you can make a claim against their premises liability policy.

Premises liability law holds that if an accident could have been prevented, then the owner and/or tenants of the premises may be liable. You must prove that there was negligence, and demonstrate to what level, so it is advisable to hire an attorney to show this to the court or the insurance company lawyers.

When you hire KMH&L for your premises liability case, your attorney will be easy to talk to, he or she will be highly experienced, and they will never back down. We fight hard for our clients and helping people is our passion.

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KMH&L can prove premises liability if you’ve been injured due to negligence:

Some Common Examples

  • Shoddy construction
  • Poor-quality materials
  • Building code violations
  • Failed security precautions
  • Electric shocks / electrocution

Evidence to be Gathered

  • Photos of the scene
  • Witnesses’ contact information
  • Accident reports filed with the property
  • Any items that caused your slip/trip/fall
  • Photos of damage to your body / possessions