If you’re injured on another person’s property through no fault of your own, consult a lawyer about your situation.
Contact Attorney Hancock if your case involves a property owner, landlord or retailer. She’ll gather information and the circumstances surrounding your injury to determine the responsible parties and relevant insurance coverage. If you were injured at a rental property, it might involve landlord negligence or insufficient notice of unsafe conditions.
Injuries at work can lead to a workers’ compensation claim. In many circumstances, an employer or insurance company won’t offer the money on their own. A premises liability attorney will fight for the compensation you need to pay for medical bills and lost wages. Recompense for pain and suffering and future expenses should also be taken into account.
Attorney Hancock isn’t afraid to go after the big insurance companies. Call 318-841-1613 today to speak with a dedicated premises liability attorney in Shreveport, LA.
Speak to a lawyer when a property owner has failed to maintain the premises in a manner which would limit the possibility of injuries.
Struggling with a mountain of bills can be more stressful than dealing with the injuries themselves. Attorney Hancock knows that owners of commercial facilities need to maintain a safe and secure property. If you weren’t warned about unsafe conditions before you were injured, you should consult an experienced attorney.
Swimming pool accidents typically involve children at an unsecured or unsupervised pool. If someone leaves their pool open, unguarded or unfenced, they could be facing a lawsuit.
Schedule a consultation with a premises liability attorney in Shreveport, Louisiana today.
An experienced attorney isn’t afraid to go after the insurance companies to make sure you get the compensation you deserve. Consider filing a lawsuit in order to get compensation for:
Many cases are based on negligence. You need to prove that the property owner was negligent with respect to ownership and maintenance of the property.
Simply being injured on someone else’s property doesn’t mean you have a case. You need to prove that the owner was aware of unsafe conditions and failed to take proper steps to ensure your safety.
Contact Attorney Elizabeth A. Hancock today to learn more about premises liability law in Shreveport, LA and the surrounding area.