A slip and fall accident can result in serious, disabling injuries including head injury, back injury, and broken bones. Residential and commercial property owners are responsible for maintaining safe property conditions and keeping their guests, customers, and others safe from the risk of injury when they are on their premises.
If you or someone you love was hurt while on someone else’s property, you may be able to obtain compensation for your pain and suffering by filing a premises liability lawsuit against the property owner.
At The Cochran Firm, our premises liability lawyers have helped hundreds of injured people pursue lawsuits against negligent property owners. It was our founder’s passion to represent clients and ensure they have access to the funds needed for complete physical, financial and emotional recovery.
If you’ve been injured on another’s property, we urge you to contact one of the premises liability lawyers at The Cochran Firm today.
At The Cochran Firm, our premises liability lawyers work every day to provide all of our clients with a level of service that honors the high standard of excellence established by our founder, Johnnie Cochran. You can be assured that our personal injury lawyers will be with you every step of the way to make certain you are fairly and fully compensated for your suffering.
Don’t hesitate to start your premises liability lawsuit. Contact one of our offices in Cleveland, Columbus, or Cincinnati to speak with an expert premises liability attorney.
Premises Liability Lawsuits
Property owners or the possessors of property generally have a duty to use ordinary care to warn or otherwise protect invitees from risks of harm from a condition on the premises if:
- The risk of harm is unreasonable, and
- The property owner or possessor knows or should know of the condition, and should realize that it involves an unreasonable risk of harm to an invitee.
Even a trespasser may be able to recover damages if the premises owner knew it was likely that trespassers would enter the property. Children are owed a higher duty of care, regardless of whether they are considered trespassers.
Because so many issues are involved, premises liability lawsuits can be extremely complex. As such, it is vital that injured victims work with an experienced premises liability Ohio lawyer who will fight aggressively to protect their legal rights.
The Cochran Firm has been representing accident injury victims for over four decades, and our attorneys have successfully represented hundreds of people in premises liability lawsuits, including those involving:
- Slip and Falls
- Negligent Security
- Retail Store Accidents
- Park and Playground Accidents
- Lead Paint Exposure
- Accidental Drowning in Residential or Commercial Swimming Pools
- Amusement Park Accidents
- Workplace and Construction Site Accidents
If you were hurt on someone else’s property, we urge you to contact The Cochran Firm immediately. It is vital that our premises liability lawyers begin investigating your case right away before important evidence is lost or destroyed.
If you’ve already been approached by the property owner’s insurance company, don’t agree to any settlement without talking with one of our attorneys. The insurer is only interested in mitigating its liability. When it comes to premises liability law, the first offer is likely an unfair one.
The Cochran Firm has never been afraid to take on even the largest corporations or insurance companies. Our premises liability lawyers will aggressively pursue your claim to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
Legal Help for Victims of Premises Liability Injuries
At The Cochran Firm, all of our highly-experienced attorneys are dedicated to providing quality legal representation to injured individuals and their families. We do this to honor the legacy of our founder, Johnnie L. Cochran Jr.
If you have been injured on another’s property and need legal representation near you, contact The Cochran Firm Ohio. We provide personal, dedicated, and aggressive service to get you the coverage you deserve. Contact us today by filling out our online contact form, or call (513) 381-HURT.