Did A Property Owner’s Negligence Injure You?
Premises liability is the term used to refer to personal injury claims in which an injury is caused by the negligence of a property owner. If you or a loved one has been hurt at a department store, grocery store or other commercial property, or at a rental home or apartment as the result of the landlord’s negligence, our attorneys will stand by your side. We will help you pursue compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs.
Injury On An Unsafe Property
At Edmiston & Colton Law Firm, our lawyers have the experience to level the playing field and hold wrongdoers accountable for their negligent actions in all types of premises liability cases:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Negligent security claims
- Dog attacks and animal bites
Since our law firm’s foundation in 1987, our personal injury lawyers have recovered tens of millions of dollars for victims of negligence in Billings and throughout Montana.
Slip-And-Fall Accidents And Trip-And-Fall Accidents
Slip and fall injuries can occur because of spills at grocery stores and improper equipment at recreational facilities. Trip and falls can be the result of a business’s failure to remove hazards or use proper flooring material. They can be oil field accidents, taking place on platforms. All too often, these accidents are the result of a property owner’s failure to keep floors clean and clear of hazards. We hold those property owners accountable.
Negligent Security And Violent Crime Victim Representation
Victims of sexual abuse, assault, robbery and other crimes that cause physical harm may be able to take action against a property owner for failing to have the appropriate security measures to prevent the crime from happening. Our attorneys can pursue all options.
Get Your Free Consultation Today
Our Billings premises liability attorneys provide representation on a contingent-fee basis, meaning we advance all costs of litigation and a fee is charged only when there is a recovery. Contact us today online or call us at 406-545-0889.