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When Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Premises Liability Claim?
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Premises liability claims arise when you are injured on another person’s property. There are several factors to consider in deciding whether to bring a premises liability claim. At Buckley & Associates in Seattle, Washington, we offer free consultations to help you decide whether to pursue your case.
The first consideration is wheter the property owner knew about the condition that injured you. If the owner knew of a dangerous condition on their property and failed to remedy the situation, they can likely be held liable for your injuries.
Another factor to consider in your case is the potential for recovery. We can explore whether the property owner is insured against injuries like yours or has enough assets to compensate you for your injuries.
Premises liability cases can require expert analysis and testimony. The best way to determine whether you should pursue a premises liability claim is to speak with a lawyer about your potential case.
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