Wisconsin Premises Liability Lawyers
When you visit a store, hotel, business, or any other place, you are trusting the owner to maintain a safe, hazard-free property. At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, we believe that it is generally not difficult for an owner to take the necessary steps to maintain the safety of a property. Sadly, not all premises owners are this conscientious, which can cause injury to you and those you love.
If you are hurt on someone’s property, the owner’s negligence may be the root of your suffering. Under premises liability law, you are able to hold that person or business responsible for such a careless attitude towards your personal safety. To help you fight for your rights against negligent property owners, contact an experienced Wisconsin premises liability lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-2874 today.
How Does Negligence Relate to Premises Liability?
Property owners are aware that customers and guests may visit the premises. As such, they should take every step possible to prevent potential dangers. Negligence is disregard for another person’s safety, which can be applied to a premises liability case if property owners freely and knowingly allowed hazards to persist on their property.
Types of Negligence with Premises Liability
Examples of premises negligence include:
- Not repairing a weakened structure, such as stairs
- Failure to post a sign warning guests of dangers, such as a wet floor
- Ignoring lead-tainted paint on the walls of a building
Many premises owners act negligently as a way to cut costs. Thus, if you have suffered from an injury due to a premises owner’s carelessness, you should pursue the financial compensation that you deserve. Our Wisconsin negligence attorneys can help you discourage such negligence in the future by pursuing a legal claim.
For a free case evaluation, contact a Wisconsin premises liability attorney from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today at 800-242-2874.