St. Louis Premises Liability Lawyer
Holding Negligent Property Owners and Managers Liable
It is expected under law that an owner or manager of a property, whether a business, residence or government building, will maintain the premises in such a manner that does not put visitors in danger. This includes keeping the floors and walking areas free of obstacles and liquids to prevent slip and falls and preventing dangerous situations that put guests at danger of violent crimes, such as abduction and rape.
When there is security, such as in hotels, motels, apartments or other facilities, it is expected that the systems are properly maintained, including locks, gates, lights and other vital systems that protect guests. When there is negligence in providing safe premises and an injury accident occurs, it is time to contact a St. Louis personal injury lawyer from the Onder Law Firm. No matter what the case involves, we can help. We handle cases related to:
Accidents at construction sites are not uncommon. These are hazardous places where heavy machinery, power tools and manual labor are taking place, and a simple mistake or a defective product may cause an accident to occur. Click here to read more about construction accidents.
Being attacked by a dog is an experience that may result in a great deal of psychological trauma as well as serious physical injury. It is helpful to work with an attorney who can determine whether the dog owner can be held liable for their dog's actions. Click here to read more about dog bites.
Negligent supervision, a defective pool drain, a lazy lifeguard or other similar situation may cause a person to drown. We handle drowning and near drowning accidents in the St. Louis area, offering experienced help to victims and the families of those who have lost their lives in these accidents. Click here to read more about drowning accidents.
Negligence may be simply described as a failure to act with reasonable care. When a person does something or fails to do something and this constitutes a deviation from what a reasonable person would have done in a similar situation, and this deviation causes another to be injured, that person may be held accountable for the victim's injuries. Click here to read more about negligence.
Slip & Fall
Slip and fall accidents are the most common type of premises liability claim and involve a victim who slipped, tripped or fell while on another's property due to a hazardous condition. A wet floor, improperly placed floor mat, defective carpeting or missing stair are all examples of conditions that may cause an accident of this kind to occur. Click here to read more about slip and fall accidents.
Swimming Pool Accidents
A swimming pool accident at a hotel, apartment building, resort or water park may provide the victim grounds for a premises liability claim against the owner or manager of the property. Click here to read more about swimming pool accidents.
Violent Crime Victims
There are certain situations where a victim of a violent crime may have been a target due to negligent security measures at the property where the incident occurred. Our firm handles these and other violent crime cases for victims of abduction, assault,
sexual assault. Click here to read more
about violent crimes.
Premises Liability Cases in St. Louis
Our legal team takes on such cases with determination and a commitment to our clients that are unequaled. Our entire team is deeply rooted in the St. Louis community, and we are unwavering in our pursuit of compensation for injured victims. We seek fair compensation that for victims of injuries that have occurred due to negligent maintenance or a dangerous situation found in a home, office, store or even on streets.
Many serious injuries have been sustained from criminal acts caused by negligent security measures on the premises of another. We are prepared to evaluate your injury case and advise you what we recommend as the best course of action legally, and what can be expected as an outcome in your case. We know how to address insurance companies, and the claim or lawsuit filed on your behalf will be carefully drafted so that the responsible party will be forced to pay the damages suffered.
Contact a St. Louis premises liability lawyer
from our firm for skilled legal representation.