Premises Liability LawyerFarmington, MO

If you slipped and fell in a grocery store, shopping mall, or in a parking lot, our premises liability lawyers in Farmington can help.



When you enter a business, whether it be a grocery store, shopping mall, or a service-based center, the property owners are legally required to make sure it's safe. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case. Whether it was a spill on the floor, an unsafe stairway, or another dangerous condition, you're now hurt and you need help. Does your accident count as premises liability? You're not a lawyer, you don't know all of the laws and whether or not you were wronged. You need help.

Our Premises Liability Lawyers will not stop fighting until you are fully cared for, and that's our promise. You deserve to recover from this accident, and you deserve to be medically and financially compensated for your premises liability accident in Farmington. To learn more about how our personal injury law firm will fight for your rights, call our team at 314-542-2222 or 618-272-2222 to discuss your premises liability case today.

Premises Liability Lawyer Farmington - Recent Victories

With any type of legal claim, results matter. You have to win your case, and you need the law firm you choose to be dedicated to fighting for your full rights. A premises liability lawyer saying they’re the best is one thing, a lawyer with client testimonials and results that can prove it is another. Here are several of our most recent victories as well as client testimonials:

Premises Liability Lawyer Farmington - FAQ's

Have you ever had a question you wish you could ask a lawyer without going into their office? Do you value client testimonials? Burger Law has several FAQ's that answer many of those questions you may have, as well as client testimonials to really show you what the process is like with our firm. We also offer an expansive FAQ area where many other questions are answered as well. Here are several Premises Liability questions answered:

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We've also compiled a few books that touch on the major case types we take on. Here are several free, downloadable books!



Premises Liability Lawyer in Farmington - Can I sue?

There are a few factors that determine whether or not you should pursue a premises liability case.

1. Are you injured? If your injury required extensive medical care, you may have a case against the property owner. How do you know if you were seriously hurt? Surgery, broken bones, back issues, or injured limbs are considered serious issues. Most importantly, if you're not injured, you don't have a claim. Minor bruising and injuries that don't require medical attention may not be feasible as cases.

2. Was the building owner acting negligently? Did you see a sign stating the area was dangerous? Negligence, or a lack of action is required typically. Spills on floors, dangerous stairs, holes in floors, parking lots covered with ice, and other types of hazards can cause injuries, and properties owners can be held liable for those injuries. If a sign was posted, and you disregarded the warning and subsequently caused the injury yourself, your slip and fall claim will be weakened and you will have a more difficult time recovering damages.

If you aren't sure about the circumstances of your claim, or if the building owner did act negligently and you were hurt, call our Premises Liability Lawyers in Farmington immediately. We can help you determine the specifics of your case.

Relevant Statutes in a Farmington Premises Liability Case

In any slip and fall case, it is crucial to determine a person's status when they are on a piece of property because property owners have different obligations to different groups. The three classifications are: invitees, licensees, and trespassers.

Invitees in Farmington are defined in Bartel v. Central Markets, Inc. (Mo.App. 1995) as anyone who enters upon a premises with the express or implied consent of the possessor, and for some purpose of benefit or interest to the possessor or for the mutual benefit of both. Property owners have a duty to provide invitees with the highest standard of care by inspecting their property and fixing dangerous or hazardous conditions. In addition, property owners must disclose known dangerous conditions, as outlined in Harris v. Niehaus (Mo. banc. 1993), citing Restatement (2nd) Torts § 343 comment b.

Licensees are a person who is privileged to enter or remain on land only by virtue of the possessor’s consent, according to Restatement (2nd) Torts § 330; Harris, 875 S.W.2d at 225. Property owners only have a duty to warn licensees of a danger that the property owner knows about or should know about.

The last classification of people are trespassers. A trespasser—as defined by Restatement (2nd) Torts, § 329 (1965)—is a person who enters or remains upon land in the possession of another without a privilege to do so. Property owners generally are not liable for harm that caused to a trespasser. A Farmington premises liability lawyer could help people with their case, regardless of what class of visitor they are.

Premises Liability Lawyer

You didn't ask to be hurt, and you shouldn't have to fight to get the care you deserve. Our Firm fights for the absolute full rights and complete recovery of our clients, and our Premises Liability lawyers in Farmington will not stop till you receive 100% of what you are owed. Call our Premises Liability lawyers in Farmington at 314-542-2222 or 618-272-2222 to discuss your premises liability case today.

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