Wronged and Injured
in North Carolina
When you have been injured on someone else’s property, such as a retail store, an office building or even someone’s house, because of the owner’s failure to keep the property safe and secure, you may be entitled to receive your medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.
In order to be successful in a premises liability claim, one must prove that the owner of the property knew or should have known of the hazardous condition and did nothing to address the problem. In North Carolina, a premises liability case can be difficult to pursue due to the theory of contributory negligence. If the insurance company can show that if the injured person contributed by one percent to his or her injury by failing to keep a proper lookout on their property, the injured person’s claim can be barred.
Please contact The Devin Law Firm, P.A. in order to schedule an initial free consultation with an attorney who can then start assisting you throughout the process.
Fill out the contact form or call us at 704-566-3434 to schedule your free consultation.