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Mesa Premises Liability Attorney

We never expect to go shopping, out to eat, or out to visit a friend and get hurt on that property. However, when it happens, it’s handled under an area of law known as premises liability. If you are injured on another person’s property, you may be eligible to receive compensation. The Mesa premises liability lawyers of Hastings & Hastings can help.

Our Mesa personal injury attorneys are skilled and experienced in this area of law and can evaluate your case and build a strategy to you get the compensation you need and deserve for your injury. We have a deep understanding of this premises liability law and work hard to ensure that our clients get the justice they deserve. Call today to schedule your free case review.

What Is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is the responsibility of a property owner to maintain their property, which could be their land, their home, or even a business, in a way that is safe. Of course, that doesn’t mean the law in Arizona regarding premises liability is that straightforward. However, it does mean that people, including corporations, have a legal obligation to keep their property reasonably safe for those who are invited or welcome to be on the premises.

Examples of Premises Liability in Mesa

In Mesa, one of the most common premises liability claims is a slip and fall accident. However, that’s not the only common example. Others include:

  • Dog bites
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Getting injured on an escalator
  • Getting injured on an elevator
  • Merchandise falling off a shelf
  • Getting injured at a resort
  • Gun-related injuries involving a negligent third-party
  • Negligent security at an event
  • Unmarked slippery or wet flooring
  • Improper lighting conditions
  • Missing or broken railings
  • Broken staircases
  • Dead trees
  • Dead tree branches
  • Loose roofing materials

Who Is at Fault in Premises Liability Claims in Mesa, AZ?

It’s important that the proper defendant is named in your premises liability claim, especially if a lawsuit is filed. There could even be more than one defendant, depending on the facts of your case. In a slip and fall that occurred in a retail space, for example, it could be that the manager and an employee are both responsible for your injuries if they knew of the wet or slippery floor and chose to not follow the store policy and place signs or follow the other protocols. The store owner may also be liable.

If there’s improper lighting and you’re injured, it could be that the person in charge of ensuring proper lighting is the defendant. It could be the light manufacturer if the light fixture or other parts are defective.

Speak With a Mesa Premises Liability Attorney

Choosing the right Mesa premises liability attorney for your claim is crucial. Make sure they have the experience and knowledge of the law to help you get the results you need. There are deadlines to meet. There could be more than one defendant. Ask for references. Make sure that you get along well with the lawyer and the staff. The Mesa premises liability lawyers at Hastings & Hastings provide free consultations. Schedule yours today when you contact our office.