Under North Carolina law, all property owners are required to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition. When property owners fail in this duty and someone is injured or killed as a result, they must be held accountable. If you or someone you love has been injured on someone else’s property, you may have the right to bring what is known as a premises liability claim. Property owners and their insurance companies will often go to great lengths to oppose valid injury claims.
For this and other reasons, it is important to work closely with a lawyer who is ready to fight back on your behalf. At Miller Law Group, PLLC, we help people across the Raleigh area and beyond in a broad range of personal injury claims.
Premises liability claims can involve many types of actions and accidents, such as:
These accidents can take place anywhere, such as a store or other commercial dwelling, a public or private swimming pool, or someone’s house or apartment. Wherever the accident happened, we are prepared to take decisive action on your behalf. Attorney Stacy Miller brings a wealth of experience representing people who have been injured on someone else’s property. As a result, we understand the obstacles these cases often present and can develop effective strategies to overcome them. Our aggressive approach and our commitment to delivering high levels of client service have made a difference for the people we serve.
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