Premises Liability Law Firm in Washington DC and Maryland
You may be able to pursue a personal injury claim for premises liability against the owner of property where you suffered a serious injury. You need to prove that the owner owed you a duty of care, the owner was negligent in exercising that care and as a result caused your injury. Your injuries must be either an economic loss, a medical condition or pain and suffering. The owner could be a private business or a governmental entity. For example, if you slip and fall in a District of Columbia government building, on a public sidewalk or at a Metro station, you may have case against the District government.
Our firm represents individuals who have been injured on someone else’s property. We have the experience of going up against large insurance companies, big corporations and government agencies in order to help put your life back together following an accident. If someone else caused your injury, our experts and lawyers will find the evidence. Our job is to then hold the owner responsible for causing you to suffer a serious injury.
Contact us for a full investigation of your case in order to determine whether negligence was the cause of your injury. If there was negligence, we will find the evidence. And if you suffered a serious injury, you could be entitled to compensation for lost wages, future wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims
There is a time limit for initiating a personal injury lawsuit. In Washington, D.C. and Maryland you have three years from the date of the injury to make a claim. Wrongful death matters are treated differently in the District of Columbia where the time limit is two years. In Maryland, there is a three-year limitation on wrongful death cases. Contact us for a free initial consultation.
Personal Injury cases are complicated. Determining who owns or is in control of the property where you suffered an injury can be complicated. Many businesses creatively structure their ownership in ways that make it a little harder than expected to correctly identify the owner and its specific business location. If you wait too long to contact a lawyer, you may be unable to pursue a case. When you reach out to us, your personal injury attorney will thoroughly analyze your case and conduct a full investigation to determine a proper strategy.
I Cannot Afford to Hire An Attorney. Can You Help?
We work on a contingency basis which means that you will not pay us anything for our services unless we are successful in resolving your case. In the case of a favorable outcome, our fee is a percentage of the total amount recovered. If we are not able to obtain a favorable outcome, then you owe us nothing for our time or expenses.
SIX MONTHS’ NOTICE
If you are claiming that the District of Columba is negligent, then then you must act quickly and contact a lawyer.
You only have 6 months to file a claim against the District of Columbia Government before filing a lawsuit in court. Please contact us for more information about your case so that we may determine the best course of action.
You can count on our total dedication to you. We rely on the best experts to help us evaluate your case. With our firm on your side, you will have an attorney directly available to you. Contact us at 202-330-6290 or email@example.com for a free initial consultation if you suffered a serious injury.