When serious injuries result from the negligence of others, including property owners or managers, victims are urged to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney to determine their best course of action.
If business or property owners were negligent in maintaining the safety of their buildings and grounds, they may be held accountable for any injuries you sustain on their property. By law, property owners and business establishments have certain legal duties to visitors and patrons. When property owners ignore this duty, or otherwise allow hazardous conditions in public areas to exist or remain, they may be held liable for any injuries sustained as a result of such negligence.
Clarissa Lee Law Group, LLC has the experience needed to handle personal injury claims and will fight on your behalf to obtain a favorable outcome. If you or a loved one were injured due to unsafe conditions at a bank, department store, restaurant, grocery store, hospital, construction site, apartment building, or any other public access and/or residential property, you may be eligible for compensation to cover your pain and suffering, past and future loss of wages and medical expenses.
It is important to remember that depending on the seriousness of your injuries, you stand the risk of severe financial hardship. When an individual gets injured in an accident, or as a result of a negligent act, in most cases, if insurance does cover the cost of medical treatment their coverage may not extend beyond the absolute least amount of payment for treatment required for full recovery.
In order to fully understand the true extent of your injuries and how these injuries will affect you throughout your life, our firm will work with your doctors to gain the information necessary to properly argue your case.
If you, a friend, or a family member are in need of an attorney, we invite you to contact us immediately at 1-860-468-5529 to schedule a free consultation with Clarissa Lee Law Group, LLC.
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