Friedl Richardson has handled personal injury cases of all kinds for many years. Our legal team has more than 75 years of collective legal experience and has the knowledge and skill to recover maximum compensation for all types of injuries. Premises liability is a leading cause of personal injury in Arizona and across the nation. Anyone who is injured in an accident on someone else’s property may be able to file a claim against a negligent property owner. Friedl Richardson will provide quality representation as your premises liability lawyer to assist in determining whether or not you have grounds for a premises liability claim.
Premises Liability: Representative Cases
At Friedl Richardson, we have had much success in premises liability cases. Consider the following jury verdicts we were able to obtain for some of our clients:
$500,000.00 – Awarded to premises liability victim.
$280,000.00 plus $20,000 loss of consortium – Premises liability case.
$100,000.00 – Awarded to victim of slip and fall accident.
Premises liability cases can be complex and difficult to obtain a large award for. Often, businesses and other property owners set up a lot of red tape that prevents victims from suing them for the dangerous conditions on the property. However, we have been able to obtain not just many, but relatively large verdicts and settlements for injured clients.
TYPES OF PREMISES LIABILITY
Accidents can occur on all kinds of public and private property. Our firm handles cases in which clients were injured:
While visiting Arizona resorts
Dangerous buildings (Those that are not up to code, etc.)
Golf course accidents
Amusement park accidents
Water park accidents, and much more.
The most common type of premises liability accident is a slip and fall accident, but we readily handle cases for any kind of injury or incident that occurs due to a property owner’s negligence. Head injuries, burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, and any other such damages should all be covered by the liable party. Our team can investigate your accident thoroughly in order to preserve evidence and establish negligence for your case.
Retain a Lawyer from Friedl Richardson
When in need of compensation for a premises liability accident, you need a team of experienced premises liability lawyers on your side. Our attorneys are always trial ready and are not afraid to litigate for a fair verdict when a settlement cannot be reached. We are known for our trial preparation, however, which means that insurance companies are much more likely to settle with our clients to avoid a fight in court. Learn more about our firm and our exceptional service by setting up a free consultation with a member of our team. Email or call us today to get started!
Although long, the following information is broken down into short manageable sections. Below is the table of contents to quickly access any specific topic. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introduction to Personal Injury Law When a person is harmed or injured by another party’s negligent, intentional or reckless conduct, the victim […] read more
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