Property owners have a duty to properly operate, maintain and supervise their property to protect the public from unnecessary risk of harm. If you have been injured due to a property owner's negligence, you may have a basis to receive compensation for your injuries.
Claims based on a property owner's negligence are sometimes referred to as premises liability claims, a type of personal injury claim. Property owners are not liable for damages resulting from all accidents that occur on their property. An injured person must prove that their injuries were caused by a property owner's negligence. Premises liability claims may involve injuries that have been sustained by an injured party on commercial or residential property.
Common types of premises liability claims include:
To speak with a Clarksville premises liability lawyer, contact Fendley Law. To schedule a free consultation, call 931-245- HELP (4357) or contact us by e-mail.