What To Know About Premises Liability Lawsuits in Washington D.C.

Slip and fall accidents result in injuries every day. Many slip and fall accidents occur due to the negligence of a property owner. They can even cause serious, life-changing injuries. If you have been injured due to no fault of your own, it is time to reach out to an experienced personal injury attorney who will help satisfy the burden of proof to receive the compensation you require to heal. Continue reading to discover how to file a successful premises liability claim, what compensation you could be eligible for after being injured, and the statute of limitations for premises liability claims in Washington D.C. Do not hesitate to contact our firm today to discuss our services. We are here to help.

How can I file a successful premises liability claim?

A knowledgeable and skilled personal injury attorney will work to satisfy the burden of proof on your behalf when opening a premises liability claim. With their assistance, you will prove that the property owner knows or should have known of the unsafe conditions on their property. You will prove that the property owner failed to take action to resolve these unsafe conditions, resulting in your injuries and significant damages. Reach out to our firm today to discuss the steps necessary to receive the compensation you require after being injured. You do not need to go through this process alone.

What compensation am I eligible for after being injured in an accident?

There are two types of compensation that you may be eligible for after being injured in an accident. The types of compensation are as follows:

  • Economic damages: tangible damages such as stays in hospitals, surgeries, rehabilitation, lost wages, and more.
  • Noneconomic damages: intangible damages such as pain and suffering, disfigurement, loss of enjoyment of life.

What is the statute of limitations for premises liability claims in Washington D.C.?

The statute of limitations for premises liability claims is generally three years in Washington D.C. This means that you will have three years from the date of your accident to open your premises liability claim. To avoid being barred from suing, it is important that you take legal action within this amount of time. Begin this process as soon as possible by reaching out to our experienced personal injury firm today to discuss the details of your case and how we can satisfy the burden of proof to recover the compensation you require to heal.

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The experienced personal injury and medical malpractice attorneys at Trombly & Singer, PLLC are prepared to represent clients facing legal matters after being injured due to another person’s negligence. If you require strong legal representation in Washington D.C. or Maryland, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation.

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