Federal, state, and local laws require property owners and managers to properly maintain their facilities and to provide adequate security to people who use those facilities. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury because of improper maintenance or inadequate security, you may be able to recover medical expenses and receive compensation for pain and suffering from the negligent property owner or manager.
At Gerling Law, our premises liability attorneys have been advocating for injury victims for over 50 years. We will fight to get you the compensation you need — and deserve. You can meet with our attorneys at our locations in Evansville, and Owensboro — or we can come to you
Unsafe Conditions and Other Negligent Behavior Can Result in a Premises Liability Claim
Unsafe conditions can result from failure to maintain sidewalks, floor coverings, vegetation, parking lots, drainage, and other aspects of a property that cause visitors to slip, trip, or fall. Inadequate security may involve problems with lighting, surveillance cameras, fencing, exits, or known criminal activity on the premises. An experienced Gerling Law attorney can determine if any of these issues contributed to your injuries.
Properties where unsafe conditions and inadequate security can be a problem:
- Hotels, motels, inns
- Shopping centers and malls
- College Dorms
- Parking lots and parking garages
- Apartment complexes
- University campuses
If you’ve been injured because of unsafe conditions or inadequate security, you may be eligible to receive compensation for lost wages, past and future medical expenses, disability or lost earning capacity, mental distress, pain and suffering, and more.
When You Need Premises Liability Legal Help, You Need Gerling Law
If you or a family member has been seriously injured because of a property owner’s negligence, talking to a law firm with experience in premises liability cases makes sense. Call Gerling Law today at 1-888- GERLING (888-437-5464) or complete the
free case review form for a free, no-obligation initial consultation. Remember, Go with Experience. Go with Gerling.