When building and land are together and considered the property of an owner, they are also considered a “premises.” Where a premises exists which usually accommodates visitors and a high traffic of people, laws also exist to protect those who may suffer injury as the result of an accident on the property. If you’re injured on someone else’s property, the New Orleans premises liability lawyers can help determine whether you have grounds for an accident claim.
Premises Liability Claims — Who is Responsible?
Generally, an owner of the property is responsible for any accidents or incidents that happen on their property and cause serious injury or damage to a person on their premises. Many types of businesses or practices may be held accountable according to Louisiana premises liability laws.
Not only businesses, but private residences, vacant lots and other properties owe the same responsibility to visitors and guests. Premises liability claims may include:
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Retail Store Negligence
- Negligent Security
- Assaults and Attacks
- Daycare Negligence
- Dog Bites
- Swimming Pool Accidents
If you have been injured on the premises of another, call the New Orleans premises liability attorneys at JJC Law now to discuss your claim and protect your rights. No recovery—no fees or expenses. Guaranteed.