Injuries Caused By Dangerous Property Conditions

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 33 million Americans per year sustain injuries significant enough to require medical treatment, and the most common form of injury is a fall. Often, falls are not due to the fault of anyone. In other situations, however, a fall or another injury occurs because a business or another property owner does not take adequate measures to maintain his or her property and remove or warn against hazardous conditions.

From offices in New Orleans and Gulfport, the lawyers of The Bowling Law Firm, A Professional Law Corporation, represent their clients in slip-and-fall, trip-and-fall, and other forms of premises liability cases. The Firm serves clients in both Louisiana and Mississippi and has extensive experience assisting their clients overcome the challenges presented by premises liability claims.

Lawyers from The Bowling Law Firm are recognized by their peers to be leaders in trial practice and complex medical litigation. Lawyers from the Firm have been selected by Super Lawyers (reserved for the top 5%), and The American Board of Trial Advocates (requiring extensive jury trial experience). The Firm carries Martindale-Hubbell's highest AV-Preeminent rating for ability and ethics.

Call 504-613-4561 or 877-757-3539 to discuss your specific situation.

How Were You Injured?

Hotels, casinos, store owners, apartment complex operators, and other property owners have a duty to ensure their premises are reasonably safe. They must use reasonable care to ensure that their property does not pose any danger to their guests or customers. While your case might seem straightforward, nearly all premises liability claims involve complex legal and medical issues and require the help of a personal injury attorney in this area of the law.

Speak to our firm today if the negligent actions of a property owner resulted in your serious injury or wrongful death of a loved one. Common premises liability actions include:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Elevator, stairwell or escalator accidents
  • Dog bites or other animal attacks
  • Being the victim of an assault or another violent crime (negligent security)
  • Injuries at construction sites

Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyers

To schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer, call our office or complete the brief online form. If you call, you will have the opportunity to speak directly to one of our attorneys about your potential case. The Bowling Law Firm, A Professional Law Corporation, does not utilize nonlawyer staff members to "screen" cases.