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Premises Liability Attorneys in Mississippi and Louisiana

Premises Liability

Property owners generally have a legal duties to keep their property safe.  These duties can differ based upon why a person who gets injured is there in the first place.  (i.e. customers, employees, patrons, social friends, burglars, etc.)

That's why it is so important to call us immediately if you are injured while on someone else's property. 

If you are injured by a dangerous condition on someone's property

You should make an incident report to the property owner; take pictures of the dangerous condition that caused the injury; get the contact information and statements of any witnesses; and seek medical attention immediately.

Issues We See Everyday

  • Casinos
  • Dangerous Sidewalk Owners
  • Home Improvement Retailers
  • Hotels
  • Negligent Security
  • Inadequate Security on Property
  • Defective Escalators
  • Defective Stairs
  • Defective Flooring
  • Defective Carpet
  • Poor Property Maintenance
  • Failure to Warn of Slippery Areas
  • Failure to Maintain Kitchen Area
  • Negligent Event Management

I've Been Injured on Someone's Property and they caused my injury.  What now?

Just because you are injured on a property with an owner or insurance doesn't mean you qualify under the law to receive compensation from the property/business owner.  Even a slip or trip and fall may not be a property owner's fault under the law.  After collecting evidence at the scene and seeking medical treatment, you should call our lawyers so we can get to work preserving the evidence, including digital evidence and surveillance footage, to properly evaluate and pursue your claim. Then, through our advocacy, we can hold the negligent individuals and businesses accountable for the wrongdoing, and the true costs are shifted back to the wrongdoer instead of the community and victim.

We want to help, and we're passionate about our way of helping

We work on a contingency fee basis which means it costs you nothing to hire us.  If we are not successful in recovering money for you, you owe us nothing. We strive to resolve your case with a fair settlement without any litigation.  But, if the case requires, we are comfortable and experienced going to trial in Mississippi and Louisiana.

What's my case worth?

Each and every case is unique.  The amount that can be obtained to settle a case or obtain a verdict varies greatly because of things like:

  • Who's at fault (Liability)
  • The other driver's insurance coverage
  • Your insurance coverage
  • The amount of the defendant's assets which may be available if they are not properly insured;
  • Subrogation (benefits that must be paid back) which may be owed to your health insurance carrier;
  • The severity of injury;
  • Past/future wage loss;
  • Permanent or partial disability;
  • Any disfigurement;
  • Pain and suffering;
  • Duration of your injuries and treatment

Langston & Weems Is Here For You

At Langston & Weems, we focus on Personal Injury and we are here to listen to you and help you navigate the legal system.

Contact Us Today

Langston & Weems is committed to answering your questions about Personal Injury issues in Mississippi and Louisiana. We offer free consultations and we'll gladly discuss your case with you at your convenience. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.