Unsafe Premises

Property owners have a legal obligation to keep their premises safe. Unfortunately, poorly secured or inadequately maintained properties are frequently the sites of injury. If an owner or manager's negligence led to an injury, you have a right to pursue full and fair compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost time from work and related concerns.

The attorneys at Susan Fuller & Associates, P.C., can help you hold the parties responsible for your injuries to account. We strive to pursue maximum financial recovery on each client's behalf. Based in Parker, we serve throughout Colorado. We are only a phone call away, and we are always ready to help.

Significant Experience With A Broad Range Of Dangerous Premises Cases

Our personal injury lawyers have resolved premises liability cases throughout Colorado, including those involving:

  • Slip and falls: Torn carpets, wet floors and other hazards lead to tripping and slipping, which in turn can cause serious injury. Indeed, slip-and-fall accidents result in millions of emergency room visits each year. When property owners fail to properly address these risks, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit.
  • Dog bites and animal attacks: Animal owners may be liable after an attack under Colorado's one-bite rule. This rule imposes strict liability on owners who knew their animal had previously attacked a person. In cases of serious injuries, an owner may still be liable even if he or she did not know the animal was dangerous.
  • Construction sites and other work sites: Employees, too, have a right to safe working conditions. In addition to workers' compensation, injured workers may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit to pursue additional compensation.
  • Parking lots and garages: In addition to rainy and snowy weather, cracked concrete and potholes create risks for serious accidents. Additionally, assaults can occur when property owners fail to install the necessary safety and security precautions.

Contact Our Office To Schedule A No-Cost Meeting

In many premises liability cases, there is a statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit. As such, it is critical to begin working with an attorney as soon as possible to help ensure that you are able to pursue justice.

Our attorneys focus on providing compassionate and straightforward advice throughout the legal process. We will give you clear expectations about your case so you can make an informed decision. Discuss your options during a free consultation by calling our Parker office at 303-800-0474 or by contacting our legal team online.