When you are injured on someone else's property, you likely don't expect that you will have to cover the costs associated with the medical care necessary after that accident. While there are some individuals and corporations the might be willing to help with some costs, you might find that you have to go through the civil courts to get the full compensation that you deserve.
For residents in New Hampshire, proving a premises liability case starts with establishing liability. This can be complicated because of the applicable laws. In order to take some of the stress off of you so you can focus on healing from your injuries, you might opt to draw on the experience of someone experienced in these cases. Knowing the New Hampshire laws and how they have been interpreted in the past is something that can only be garnered through experience that most people don't have.
Our attorneys have experience preparing and presenting a variety of premises liability cases, including slip-and-fall accidents, trip-and-fall accident, exposure to toxic substances, improper security incidents and a host of other cases. In premises liability cases, we work with you to prove that there were reasonable actions the property owner could have taken that would have prevented the accident that injured you.
Whether you have suffered from a brain injury, spinal cord injury or another injury of any sort, holding the property owner responsible for the costs associated with your injury is your right. Lost wages, medical bills and ongoing costs associated with the injury are some of the claims you might be entitled to make. Learn more about this type of lawsuit on our premises liability webpage.
Source: The Law Offices of Stephen C. Brown & Associates, "Rochester Slip-And-Fall Injury Lawyer" Sep. 04, 2014