Property owners and managers have a duty of care to their guests which includes keeping the premises safe and free from hazardous conditions. A hazardous condition may be defined as any defect or flaw in the property that puts visitors at risk of injury. If you were injured on someone else’s property, whether a private residence or a business, you may be entitled to compensation.

A premises liability attorney from The Cochran Firm - Nashville can help you recover the money you deserve from the responsible party or parties and their insurance companies.

The Cochran Firm is a nationally recognized personal injury firm founded by the legendary attorney Mr. Johnnie Cochran, Jr. Our personal injury attorneys fight for the rights of injured victims, giving them a powerful ally in their quest to collect the full and fair compensation they deserve. We are aggressive in dealing with insurance companies because our goal is to help our client’s cover their losses in a premises liability action.

To receive a free premises liability case evaluation from The Cochran Firm - Nashville, call 615-651-7451.

We Handle All Types of Premises Liability Cases

The Cochran Firm - Nashville handles premises liability cases in the metropolitan Nashville area and all over Middle Tennessee. If you were hurt on someone else’s property, whether commercial or residential, our dedicated injury lawyers are here to help you.

We will conduct an investigation into your personal injury and determine what caused it. There is a chance that the property housed a dangerous condition, even if you were never aware of it. Since we do not charge a consultation fee, why not find out if a responsible party might owe you compensation?

We can help you recover a monetary award for personal injuries or death caused by the following conditions and more:

  • Failure to follow safety codes
  • Failure to use reasonable steps to prevent crimes
  • Wet or slippery floors
  • Unmarked obstacles on floor
  • Loose or missing handrails
  • Loose or missing stairs
  • Poor lighting
  • Exposed electrical wires
  • Cracked or uneven pavement
  • Potholes
  • Falling objects
  • Unstable building foundations
  • Exposed sharp objects
  • And more

Even if you just slipped and fell and assumed it was due to your own carelessness or clumsiness, we can investigate and determine if there is more to the case. Perhaps the property has a history of similar complaints.

Identifying the Responsible Parties for Premises Liability

A Nashville premises liability lawyer at The Cochran Firm - Nashville will begin the case evaluation process by seeking to identify the party responsible for your injury or loved one’s death. Once we identify the responsible party or parties, we can begin the process of gathering evidence against them and building a case for fair compensation.

We Might Be Able to Hold the Property Owner Liable

Anyone who owns property has the ultimate responsibility of keeping it safe and free from hazards. Even if the owner outsources maintenance duties to a property management company or another third-party, the buck ultimately stops with the owner of the premises. If a property owner allows their premises to fall into disrepair, or allows a hazardous condition to fester without resolve, they can be financially liable for injuries that occur.

The Property Manager Could Be Responsible for Your Personal Injuries

Many property owners hire third parties to manage their real estate portfolio. One duty of a property manager is taking care of maintenance issues that arise, including repairing dangerous or hazardous conditions.

If the person or business hired to manage the property where your injury occurred failed to address a clearly hazardous situation, we may be able hold them accountable and pursue them for damages.

The Maintenance Company May Bear Partial Liability

Perhaps the owner did let the property manager know about the condition, and the manager hired a maintenance company to come out and fix the hazard. The maintenance company may assure both the manager and the owner that the situation was under control—even though it was not.

In a situation like this one, we can still pursue the property owner and property manager for compensation, but the maintenance company may also share in the liability.

The Cochran Firm - Nashville Advantage

Why choose The Cochran Firm - Nashville to handle your Nashville premises liability claim? Simply put, our personal injury law firm offers a mix of hometown service and national reputation.

When you choose The Cochran Firm - Nashville, you get a group of attorneys that offer the following and more:

We Are Committed to Client Service

Our goal is to listen, understand your needs, and be there with you every step of the way.

A Free Case Evaluation Awaits You

We will take the time to answer your questions, address your concerns, and prepare you for what to expect in the days and weeks to follow, all at no cost or obligation.

Pursuing Compensation in a Premises Liability Claim

You may be eligible to collect the following damages and more:

  • Current and future medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering and inconvenience
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

We may be able to help you secure other forms of compensation as well.

Call for a Free Premise Liability Case Consultation Today

To receive a free, no-obligation premises liability case evaluation, call The Cochran Firm - Nashville at 615-651-7451.