Skilled Premises Liability Lawyers in Denver, Colorado Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable
What to do after sustaining injuries on another person’s property
Property owners have a legal duty to forewarn visitors, pedestrians and passersby of the hazards that exist on their properties by posting warning signs or taking other appropriate precautions to prevent foreseeable harm. If a property owner was negligent and you suffered injury in a slip-and-fall accident or an on-site attack, the experienced Colorado premises liability attorneys at Bell & Pollock, P.C. can help you secure compensation from the negligent person or business entity.
Our firm has a 24-year history in the practice of personal injury law. When you retain our services, we take the steps necessary to acquire medical records, witness statements, police reports, and other relevant evidence needed to represent your interests a court of law.
Our scope of practice includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Unsafe premises accidents:
Attractive nuisance cases (young children):
Slip, trip and fall accidents:
Whether you’re suffering from a broken ankle or a more severe head or back injury, you need time to heal. The attorneys of Bell & Pollock are dedicated to helping you obtain the compensation you deserve, allowing you to rest a little easier — and a little longer — during your recovery.
Legal distinctions that may affect your ability to obtain compensation
- Liability of landowners. A homeowner, landowner, storeowner, landlord, tenant, homeowners’ association, condominium association, street-cleaning company, or municipality may be liable for your injuries. Only a complete examination of the land use records, lease agreement, or other relevant document can properly reveal who should be held accountable for the harm done to you as a result of the accident. Our experienced Denver premises liability attorneys can take the steps necessary to file a timely lawsuit.
- Characterization of visit. The law makes a distinction between “invitees” who are expressly or implicitly invited onto a property by the owner to engage in a commercial transaction or business enterprise that benefits the owner, “licensees” who simply remain on a property with the owner’s implicit or express consent, and “trespassers” who enter the property without the owners’ consent. Depending on how the visit was characterized, your legal right to compensation may be in peril. Contact an attorney at Bell & Pollock if you have questions about these legal distinctions.
Call today to schedule a free initial consultation
When you need an attorney in Steamboat Springs, Greenwood Village, Denver or elsewhere in Colorado to assist you with initiating a lawsuit against the person or entity responsible for causing your injuries, contact the knowledgeable premises liability attorneys at Bell & Pollock, P.C. We are available by phone at (303) 795-5900. You can also contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.