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Indianapolis Premise Liability Attorneys

CLAIM PAYMENTS FOR YOUR LOSSES AFTER SUFFERING INJURIES ON ANOTHER PROPERTY
As Hoosiers, we want our state to be a safe place, and fortunately, the law agrees. In fact, Indiana law says that property owners and non-owner property residents whose premises are open to the public have a legal duty to ensure their property is reasonably safe. So, if you were injured on another’s property as a result of their failure to uphold this duty of care, you may be qualified to receive a payment through a premises liability lawsuit. If found negligent, a property owner or business owner can be held legally liable for certain damages and losses you may have suffered as a result of an accident on their property.

Whether you slipped and fell on soapy water at a clothing store, were attacked at your AIRBNB, or fell down a staircase at a poorly lit apartment complex, you could be entitled to compensation for your resulting damages and losses, including medical bills, pain and suffering, and more. Your first step to confirming your eligibility to pursue legal action against a wrongful property or business owner is to speak with a trusted premises liability attorney in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our attorneys are versed in the insurance company tactics, which gives us the advantage when it comes time to negotiate a settlement on behalf of our clients. Carl has more than 20 years of trial and litigation experience, and a long list of successful case results.

CARL BRIZZI PROVIDES INITIAL CONSULTATIONS FOR FREE, SO THERE IS NEVER ANY OUT-OF-POCKET COST FOR LEARNING MORE ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS TO COMPENSATION. WE ALSO USE A CONTINGENCY-FEE PAYMENT MODEL, WHICH MEANS YOU DON’T PAY US UNLESS WE GET A SETTLEMENT OR VERDICT FOR YOU.

A PROPERTY OWNER’S NEGLECT COULD BE PENALIZED BY FINANCIALLY COMPENSATING YOU FOR YOUR INJURIES
When you enter into or onto another’s property, in the eyes of the law you are either a visitor, licensee (contractor or salesman), or trespasser. In order to have a valid premises liability case against a negligent property owner, four particular elements must be proven, including your status as a visitor. First, you must have been on the private property legally, through explicit invitation of the property owner or business owner. Second, the property owner had to have owed you a legal duty to ensure that the premises were reasonably safe and free of foreseeable hazards.

Third, the property owner had to have breached their duty of care, which was to ensure their premises was a reasonable safe environment. Fourth, the property owner’s failure to uphold their duty of care proximately caused your injuries and losses. We will thoroughly investigate every detail of your case, leaving no stone unturned, and no corner cut. Then we build an impactful claim that will protect your rights to a fair settlement or have your day in court. Contact us today at 317-636-7497 to schedule a free initial consultation and learn more about your Indianapolis premises liability claim.
WE ARE YOUR TOP CHOICE WHEN YOU NEED AN INDIANAPOLIS PREMISES LAWYER
Slip, trip, and fall accidents are one of the most common premises liability claims in Indiana, especially among senior citizens. If the person who is responsible for properly maintaining and monitoring the property fails to do so, such as a building owner, lessee, manager, or even a subcontracted maintenance crew, they can be held responsible for damages and losses. Such damages include general damages, like hospital bills, medical expenses, and lost wages from time off work, as well as, non-economic damages, like pain and suffering, loss of ability to perform same work duties, prolonged physical therapy, and more.

After being seriously hurt in a property-related accident, you need a qualified slip and fall attorney to help you claim payments for your damages and losses. Carl Brizzi knows premises liability claims, and can fight the insurance company head on. If your elderly loved one was injured in a slip and fall accident, and you suspect nursing home abuse was involved, we can help. contact us today at 317-636-7497 to learn what your best course of action is for pursuing an accident claim.
GET PROFESSIONAL ADVICE FROM AN EXPERIENCED DOG BITE LAWYER IN INDIANAPOLIS
Carl Brizzi understands Indiana's "One Bite" Rule, which states, “Dog owners may be held liable for damages related to dog bites if the owner knew or should have known the dog was likely to attack or bite others without being provoked.” If you were attacked or bitten by a dog under these or similar circumstances, act fast and learn your eligibility to pursue legal action against the private property owner responsible. In Indiana, there is a statute of limitations to being your claim, so schedule your free initial consultation with one of our dog bite lawyers as soon as possible. You may contact us directly at 317-636-7497 or submit an email from our website. Not only do we offer free consulting, but we also work on contingency, which means we do not collect attorney fees unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you. Carl is a lawyer with the law firm Lewis And Wilkins LLP (LAW).
There is no need to leave your house if you want to have your case assessed. We offer free initial consultations over the phone or via video conference. Call Carl Brizzi at 317-636-7497 to book your meeting, today.

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