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Clovis Premises Liability Lawyer

If you or your loved one suffer injuries while rightfully on someone else’s property, call the Clovis premises liability attorneys at The Fine Law Firm. We will explore your legal claim and offer honest advice on any potential compensation due to your injuries.

Property owners are bound to maintain their property and warn visitors of any that exist. The Clovis premises liability attorneys at The Fine Law Firm work closely with you to hold negligent property owners accountable for keeping unsafe premises. Call us today for a free consultation.

Our premises liability attorneys are:

  • Aggressive in negotiations and litigation;
  • Well-prepared and trial-ready; and
  • Dependable and return client phone calls and emails promptly.

The Fine Law Firm is a local firm serving New Mexico for over four decades. Contact our office to schedule your appointment.

How a Clovis Premises Liability Attorney Can Help

After a premises liability accident, you deserve help dealing with medical bills, insurance companies, and the stress of a potential lawsuit. Hiring an attorney from The Fine Law Firm will make life easier and give you the freedom to focus on your health and well-being.

Property owners and landlords have scores of attorneys representing their interests. You need experienced representation as well. The premises liability attorneys at The Fine Law Firm will assist your claim by:

  • Collecting evidence;
  • Identifying all liable parties;
  • Filing your premises liability claim(s) and/or lawsuit(s);
  • Assessing the value of your claim to ensure you receive full compensation;
  • Negotiate any settlement(s) on your behalf; and
  • If needed, take your case to trial.

The Fine Law Firm will help you in any way possible. We never charge upfront fees and only get paid when we win your claim. Our goal is just and fair compensation for you.

What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is an area of personal injury law that deals with the legal duty of property managers and owners to keep their properties safe for invited visitors. When property owners or managers fail to maintain their property, and a visitor is injured, they may be liable for that visitor’s injuries.

To be liable to a visitor, the property owner either:

  • Caused the safety hazard;
  • Knew about the safety hazard but did nothing to repair or warn about it; or
  • Should have known about the safety hazard.

Premises liability claims regularly involve the following conditions:

  • Inadequate lighting;
  • Broken or uneven steps;
  • Loose rugs or flooring;
  • Malfunctioning elevators;
  • Negligent security;
  • Cluttered walkways; and
  • Wet or slippery floors.

Premises Liability Accidents and Compensation

Premises liability accidents and injuries can occur anywhere, including public and private locations. The most frequent accident is a slip and fall. Some familiar places injuries arise are:

  • Supermarkets;
  • Apartments;
  • Retail stores;
  • Office buildings;
  • Sports stadiums;
  • Parking lots and garages;
  • Public sidewalks; and
  • Schools.

The total value of a premises liability claim depends on the extent of the victim’s injuries, prognosis for recovery, and any accident-related expenses. Premises liability damages include the following categories:

  • Current and future medical bills;
  • Lost wages;
  • Loss of future income;
  • Physical therapy;
  • Pain and suffering; and
  • In the event of the loss of a loved one, wrongful death.

To determine the strength of your premises liability claim, contact the experienced New Mexico personal injury attorneys at The Fine Law Firm today. Our New Mexico premises liability attorneys will gladly answer your legal questions and guide you to any medical resources you may need. The Fine Law Firm is known both locally and nationally for legal excellence and is proven successful in securing compensation for clients just like you.

Call The Fine Law Firm now. We have the experience, resources, and know-how to hold negligent property owners responsible for their victims’ injuries.