Aggressive Advocacy for the Injured in Wyoming
Business and property owners have the responsibility to ensure a safe environment for their visitors. Landowners may be held liable for injuries caused to others by property defects, hazardous conditions, or inadequate security.
The property owner can be held legally responsible for a variety of damages incurred by injured visitors including:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
The first step in the pursuit of compensation for injuries that were caused by owner negligence is to seek the advice of an experienced personal injury firm. Our Cheyenne premises liability lawyers can guide you through the legal process of holding a premises owner liable for your damages, and help you obtain a fair settlement.
Property Hazards in Wyoming
Wyoming state law requires that public entities and state and local governments maintain public properties to provide a safe environment. These laws apply to public buildings, sidewalks, landmarks, and parks.
Property hazards that could cause injury include:
- Broken locks
- Inadequate lighting
- Bad or exposed electrical wiring
- Lack of signage and warnings
- Sidewalk and parking lot defects
- Obstacles that could cause tripping
- Inadequate security
- Noxious fumes or irritants
- Substances that could cause slipping
Contact Our Skilled Premises Liability Lawyers
If you have been harmed due to a property owner’s negligence, you likely will not automatically receive fair treatment and just compensation. You will need to seek the help of our Cheyenne premises liability attorneys, who are skilled in proving negligence and determining the appropriate amount of compensation for the injuries incurred.
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