Though when we hear the phrase “accident,” we almost always imagine one that occurred on the road, the truth is that accidents can happen virtually anywhere, and if you’ve been injured on another person’s property due to no fault of your own, our Landover slip and fall accident lawyer is here to help. Contact Judy Law Firm today to learn more about how our firm can assist you.
Why Hire a Landover Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer?
When someone is injured on another person’s property, he or she may wish to take legal action against the liable party in an effort to obtain the compensation he or she requires to heal. That being said, in many cases, these claims can be challenging to prove, which is why you cannot afford to proceed without the legal services of a knowledgeable attorney who has handled slip and fall accident claims for years. Fortunately, you have just found that lawyer in Attorney Conrad Judy, III. Just some of the slip and fall accident claims our firm handles are as follows:
- Supermarket Accidents
- Apartment Accidents
- Parking Lot Accidents
- Sidewalk Accidents
- Elevator/Escalator Accidents
- Insufficient Lighting Accidents
- Inadequate Security Accidents
- Retail Store Accidents
- Construction Site Accidents
When someone takes legal action against a property owner, it is known as a premises liability claim. To win a premises liability claim, you will have to prove the following:
- The property owner knew or should have known about the unsafe property condition.
- The property owner failed to take action to fix the unsafe property condition timely.
- You were injured as a result of the unsafe property condition.
- You incurred damages as a result of your injury.
As long as you can prove as much, you should be entitled to financial compensation to help cover the cost of your lost wages, medical bills, in-home care, pain and suffering, and more. Our firm is here to help in any way we can.
Statute of Limitations
As with all personal injury claims, there is a statute of limitations in place that determines how long you will have to pursue compensation from the negligent party. In most cases, the statute of limitations for premises liability claims in Maryland is three years, meaning you should have three years from the date of your accident to sue the party responsible for your injuries. That being said, if you were injured on property owned by the government or a municipality, you will have far less time to file a Notice of Claim, which is why it is a good rule of thumb to simply file your personal injury claim as soon as you can. Our firm can begin the process on your behalf today.
Contact Our Landover Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer
No matter the circumstances of your injury, if you’ve been hurt on another person’s property due to no fault of your own, you can depend on our firm to fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact Judy Law Firm to schedule your free initial consultation today.