Not Your Everyday Accident
It is the responsibility of property owners and businesses to notify the public of dangerous situations. Either by repairing the damaged property or by cleaning up the spill, there must be action taken to protect the public from harm. When these responsibilities are ignored, it can leave someone seriously injured or even killed. Often times people are unaware they are in an unsafe environment, which can make injuries more severe.
If you have lost a loved one or are suffering injuries after an accident, you should file a premises liability claim to obtain financial compensation. Contact us to discuss what legal options you can explore.
At Saunders & Chabert in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, we help injured victims and their families obtain compensation for the various hardships they face after being in an accident. Medical costs, lost wages, long-term care plans and other damages from pain and suffering will be considered when determining the full extent of your losses.
When Businesses Fail to Live Up to Their Responsibilities
We have handled numerous premises liability cases involving serious injuries/wrongful death and have the knowledge and financial resources to protect your interests. We have represented clients throughout the Gulf Coast in cases involving:
- Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
- Falling retail merchandise
- Uneven walking surfaces
- Building code violations — lack of handrails, inadequate security, improper lighting
- Improper signage for dangerous conditions
- Improper design and construction
We have a network of experts and specialists at our disposal who can provide valuable information and can effectively present the full extent of the damages you suffered. With our representation, you can be sure that you will have a strong advocate by your side the entire way.
Contact Our Louisiana Premises Liability Attorney
To schedule a free consultation with a Baton Rouge slip-and-fall lawyer, call 225-341-5739 or fill out a short contact form today. We fight to protect your rights.