Premises Liability

Zealous North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Protect Your Rights

Nearly 20 years of advocacy for premises liability clients

If you have suffered an injury while on another person's property, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit under North Carolina premises liability laws. Premises liability refers to the area of law that holds property owners liable for some kinds of injuries suffered on their premises. Property owners are legally accountable for maintaining a safe premises at all times, and for fixing or repairing any dangerous conditions in a timely manner. Damages can be sought if a guest, visitor, or patron suffers an injury while on the premises.  Our firm is here to help clients with  personal injury in Greensboro and across the state.

At Lanier Law Group, P.A., we stand up for our clients. For almost two decades, we've provided superior service for our clients all over the state. Our dedicated lawyers are always prepared to fight for the best possible results for you.

Types of Premises Liability Lawsuits

The most common type of premises liability lawsuit is a slip and fall. When a person slips and falls, he or she may suffer from a number of serious injuries, including broken or fractured bones, brain injuries, back or spinal cord injuries, paralysis, and more. Other common types of premises liability lawsuits include:

  • Dog Bites
  • Inadequate Security
  • Exposure to Dangerous Substances
  • Lead Poisoning
  • Retail Store Injuries
  • Elevator Accidents & Injuries
  • Construction Accidents

We're always up to the challenge of taking on complex personal injury cases with attorneys prepared to fight for you.

Winning a Premises Liability Claim in Cities Like Raleigh, North Carolina

Premises liability law states that people who suffer an injury while on another person's property should be compensated if the following criteria are true:

  • You suffered an injury as a result of a condition on the premises, and
  • The property owner knew about the condition, but failed to fix or repair it in a reasonable amount of time.
  • The property owner knew about the condition, but failed to warn guests, visitors, or patrons about the condition.

As long as these criteria are met, you could be awarded damages for your pain and suffering, mental anguish, medical bills, future medical expenses, lost income, loss of benefits, and permanent disability.

We come out swinging for you

If you are searching for a skilled North Carolina personal injury lawyer to help you file a claim, you've come to the right law firm. We are committed to providing our clients with high quality legal service, personal attention, and representation. We always conduct ourselves with our clients' best interest in mind, and work hard on every case to help our clients recover the compensation to which they may be entitled for their injuries. We offer you:

  • Convenient locations. We serve all North Carolina, from Wilmington accident victims to Durham personal injuries and beyond. With 11 offices to choose from, you're guaranteed to find an attorney who's prepared to fight for you.
  • Personal attention. The most important part of any case we take is the relationship we build with you. Our attorneys know more than just your case: they know you, too. We want you to know that you can always rely on us to serve your needs.
  • Superior service. At Lanier Law Group, P.A., we're striving to maintain the highest ethical standards when practicing the law. We believe in doing it correctly the first time, every time.

Schedule your free initial consultation today

To learn more about your rights, please contact a North Carolina premises liability attorney today. We offer a free consultation, and have offices throughout North Carolina, including Durham, Charlotte, Raleigh, Jamestown, Winston-Salem, Wilmington, Greenville, Fayetteville, Asheville, Burlington and Greensboro.