Archive for the ‘Premises Liability’ Category

Let Us Help You

Posted on: January 17th, 2014 by Margaret Jordan No Comments

If you have received legal services that have caused you harm, we can help you file a lawsuit to recover damages.

Let our diligent lawyers litigate your professional negligence claim
Jackson, Foster & Richardson, LLC helps people who have been harmed by the negligence of a professional service provider. For help getting compensated, contact us online or call 251-433-6699 to schedule a free consultation.

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Posted on: January 17th, 2014 by Margaret Jordan No Comments

Jackson, Foster & Richardson, LLC helps people win damages for injuries caused by the negligence of a property owner. If you have been hurt while visiting a business, contact us online or call 251-433-6699 to schedule a free consultation.

Injuries due to lack of security

Posted on: January 17th, 2014 by Margaret Jordan No Comments

You may have a valid premises liability claim if you were assaulted while visiting a business. Commercial property owners are required to provide adequate security for your protection from harm. Assaults are common on business property such as:

If you were hurt in an attack and the property owner did not provide security measures to protect you, our lawyers can file a lawsuit to get you compensated for your injuries and suffering.

Slip-and-fall injuries

Posted on: January 17th, 2014 by Margaret Jordan No Comments

Businesses are required to inspect the condition of their property on a regular basis. You may be entitled to damages if you slip and fall due to a hazardous condition while visiting a business. If the owner knew about the danger or should have known about it, our lawyers can file a premises liability lawsuit to get you compensated for your injuries. Slip-and-falls often occur at:

Our Mobile attorneys can also help you win damages under the Federal Tort Claims Act, which allows you to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for injuries that you suffer on U.S. government property.