Most people have had the experience of walking through a parking lot at night. But what happens when you fall and become injured in a parking lot because of broken pavement or a loose wheel stop?
If you have been harmed following an accident on another party’s property, you may have the option of filing a parking lot injury lawsuit. In some cases, the owner of the parking lot may be financially liable for the costs and expenses arising from your injury.
Property owners have a duty to provide a reasonably safe environment for their visitors and customers. When someone’s negligence has resulted in physical and financial damage to you, you can seek compensation with the help of a legal professional.
The accomplished team at Morgan and Morgan will gladly assess your claim and help you file a parking lot lawsuit, if applicable. You should not be stuck with the costs and losses from a parking lot injury you did not cause.
When parking lot owners fail to abide by a standard duty of care, they can be held legally liable for any resulting damage. Make sure to speak with an accomplished premises liability lawyer to pursue the financial compensation you are rightfully owed.
At Morgan and Morgan, we have years of experience successfully pursuing parking lot injury lawsuits. We know what it takes to win a premises liability claim, and we will fight tirelessly on your behalf.
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