There are times when people suffer injuries while visiting another person's property. When this happens, it is legally referred to as a premises liability accident. An example of such an accident would be a person going to a grocery store, slipping on a wet surface, and sustaining serious injuries. If the grocery store owner and staff failed to warn customers of the slippery surface or did not clean up surface knowing it was hazardous, the person that slipped and fell may have the right to file a premises liability claim in the state of North Carolina.
People who file such claims make seek monetary damages for numerous things ranging from their medical expenses to compensation for their pain and suffering. However, when people are serious about filing a premises liability claim, it is important that they work with a North Carolina personal injury lawyer that has experience handling these types of lawsuits, as they can be complicated to litigate.
If you were injured on another person's property and want to explore your legal options as a victim, contact the Lanier Law Group, P.A. today to arrange a time to speak with a lawyer from our legal team as soon as possible.