Experienced Lawyer For Seattle Premises Liability Claims
Accidents happen, but some of them are preventable. Owners of public, commercial, retail and private property have a legal responsibility to take reasonable steps to keep their properties safe. For example, an owner of a retail business who fails to warn customers of a wet floor is opening themselves up to a premises liability lawsuit.
At Wallstrom Law Offices
, personal injury attorney
Paul Arnold Wallstrom has been representing the victims of slip-and-fall accidents in Seattle and the surrounding Puget Sound communities for more than 40 years. He can help you pursue your rights and obtain the compensation you deserve for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost earnings and other damages.
Where Do Slip-And-Fall Accidents Occur?
Slip-and-fall accidents can occur anywhere, but the most common settings include:
- Bars, restaurants and cafes
- Shopping malls and retail stores
- Hotels, motels, bed-and-breakfasts and Airbnb locations
- Schools and government buildings
- Movie theaters and music venues
- Parking lots, sidewalks, roads and driveways
- Private homes and property
- Workplaces and job sites
This is not an exhaustive list. If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident, Mr. Wallstrom can help you determine whether you have a viable premises liability claim and take care of the rest so that you can focus on your recovery.
You Deserve Compensation For Your Injuries
You did not choose to get injured, and you certainly are not responsible for a property owner’s failure to uphold their responsibility to maintain safe premises. A successful injury claim can provide you with compensation for damages such as:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Income lost due to missed work
- Loss of earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Expenses related to wrongful death (funeral costs, loss of companionship, medical expenses prior to death)
It is understandable that you may be concerned about how a friend, family member or local business will cover a claim, but that is not for you to worry about. In fact, premises liability claims are covered under homeowners’ and business owners’ insurance policies; this situation is what insurance is there for.
Get Help Today
Do not try to handle your premises liability claim alone. Fill out the online contact form
or call 206-558-9662
to set up a free consultation with Mr. Wallstrom. He can handle the legal and insurance issues, providing you with peace of mind as you focus on getting better.