Premises Liability

Premises liability is a legal theory that applies to personal injury accidents that occur on the property of another. When a person has suffered this sort of injury and they believe it may have resulted from negligence on the part of another person, they may be able to file a lawsuit in order to compensate them for their medical bills, lost earnings or earning capacity (the value of any hindrance to their ability to make a living), permanent physical disabilities that they have suffered, disfigurements, pain, and emotional distress caused by the accident. The category of premises liability litigation is one of the broadest areas of personal injury law. Most personal injuries include physical, emotional and financial hardships.

Stewart, Seay & Felton helps victims and their families obtain monetary settlements for their pain and suffering, lost wages and medical expenses. Through our aggressive representation and preparation, in most cases, we are able to obtain favorable settlements outside of the courtroom, making the experience less stressful for our clients.
Premises Liability injury encompasses a broad range of cases including but not limited to:

  • Wrongful death accidents
  • Shootings
  • Physical Assaults
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Improperly maintained structure
  • Trampoline park injuries
  • Negligent security
  • Exposure to hazardous or toxic substances like lead, mold, asbestos or unsanitary conditions
  • Drownings
  • Attacks by dogs or other animals