If you were seriously injured on another person’s property, you may have grounds to file a premises liability claim in order to recover financial compensation. If you were accused of trespassing at the time of your injury, this may complicate things. However, it is possible that you may still be eligible to bring a lawsuit against the property owner for your injuries.
An attorney who is highly experienced in dealing with premises liability claims involving trespassing can investigate the circumstances of your injuries and determine what your legal options may be. There may be ways to prove that you were actually not trespassing or that you unknowingly entered private property because no sign was posted. In these situations, it may be possible for the property owner to be held legally responsible for their negligence in maintaining the property or keeping it free from hazardous conditions.
It is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible, as the scene of the accident may change, or the property owner may fix the hazard that caused your accident.
As an experienced Roseville premises liability lawyer, I understand how trespassing allegations can affect your personal injury claim. I have over a decade of legal experience as well as the dedication to see your case through to a successful resolution. Some of the types of trespassing injury claims I can handle include:
Slip and Fall
Trip and Fall
Improperly Maintained Stairways
Toxic Chemical Exposure
Accidents on Dangerous Property
No matter the particular circumstances of your accident and injuries, it is important that you consult an attorney as soon as possible to discuss what you can do at this point. At Gingery Law Group PC, your initial consultation is free.
Contact a Roseville trespassing injury lawyer at our firm today!