Dedicated Premises Liability Attorney In Knoxville

Premises Liability Lawyer

Experiencing an accident or injury due to no fault of your own is a stressful situation. Not only do you have to deal with the physical results of the incident, but you may also have secondary consequences. If you have suffered as the result of an incident that occurred on property that does not belong to you, it is important to discuss your next steps with a qualified and experienced premises liability attorney, such as one of the professionals at The Myers Law Firm.

With a combined experience of over 35 years and extensive knowledge about premises liability claims, Mike and Laura Myers know what it takes to gather all available information and assist you with the compensation you deserve. Making you whole again and helping you find closure with as little stress as possible during the process are always the goals for each case. If you have a potential premises liability case, protect yourself by contacting an attorney as soon as possible.

Hold Property Owners Accountable With Premises Liability Claims

If you have recently been injured in an incident that took place somewhere other than on your property, it’s possible that the event could have been prevented if the property owner would not have been negligent. There is always a reasonable expectation of your safety when you visit a private business or public area, so if the location presented an unknown danger to you, it’s important to address these concerns so it doesn’t happen to someone else.

We represent many clients who have been injured while on physical premises that are owned by someone else throughout East Tennessee. Have you been injured at a privately owned business, school, playground, public recreational area, private amusement attraction venue, amusement park, school, church, or other area that is not your home? Sometimes a business has a trip hazard or fall hazard or injury hazard that just shouldn’t be permitted to exist. Sometimes a property owner builds or permits to be built on their property a dangerous condition that has caused you or a loved one harm.

Protecting Clients From Short and Long-Term Consequences of an Accident

When you think of an accident or injury, you may initially only consider the short-term effects. Some people experience a physical injury that involves transport to an emergency facility and immediate medical care. When considering a premises liability claim, long-term effects must also be taken into consideration. If you had an injury that required medical care, it is likely that follow-up visits are necessary for the future. Clients may need physical therapy or chiropractic services, follow-up surgeries, or even concerns with permanent physical issues.

Other post-incident considerations are not always medical. Due to any injuries, you may lose valuable time at work or miss out on a vacation or other type of travel that is not refundable. The mental toll an accident takes on a person is often overlooked. Accidents can be frightening and leave residual mental health issues that require counseling services. It takes a knowledgeable premises liability lawyer to understand the full consequences an incident can have on an individual. You are in the best of hands when you contact The Myers Law Firm.

A Strong Record Of Success In Premises Liability Claims

If you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property because of their inattention or wrongdoing in facility maintenance, facility design, maintenance of the premises, or in any way that you thought just didn’t amount to a reasonable means of providing a safe atmosphere for you or a loved one, give us a call. If you’ve been injured while on someone else’s property, as a result of a trip and fall or slip and fall, we regularly recover significant settlements in these types of premises liability cases, as well as other types of personal injury cases.

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The team at The Myers Law Firm has the experience and knowledge you need to help you find closure after your incident. A premises liability claim has a lot of moving parts, but Mike and Laura Myers know how these situations can affect the lives and livelihoods of clients and strive to help you gain the compensation you deserve.

Call 865-247-8255, or complete our online contact form to set up your free initial consultation. In all cases, you will not recover compensation unless we are successful. Based in Fountain City, near Knoxville, Tennessee, we represent clients in Knoxville, Sevierville, Maryville, across East Tennessee, and throughout the United States. Contact The Myers Law Firm today with any questions.

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