Loveland Premises Liability Attorneys

Pursue Compensation by Filing an Effective Claim

Under the Colorado Premises Liability statute C.R.S. §13-21-115, “landowners,” such as business owners and property owners, are legally required to provide reasonably safe environments to invitees (friends, neighbors, employees, etc.) and licensees. If there is a known or potential safety hazard on the premises, the landowner is responsible for posting visible warnings signs until the issue can be properly rectified.

Premises liability injuries often occur at:

  • Hospitals
  • Restaurants
  • Office buildings
  • Amusement parks
  • Shopping malls
  • Parking structures
  • Markets
  • Hotels

If you’ve sustained an injury due to the actions or inactions of a negligent landowner, you may be able to file a premises liability claim. The Loveland premises liability lawyers at Busch Law Offices can represent your case in court and hold the negligent party responsible for your injuries. A successful case result can yield compensation that accounts for your medical expenses, lost wages, and any non-economic damages as ordered by the court.

Call our Loveland premises liability attorneys at (877) 435-1514 to learn more about your legal rights.

Holding a Landowner Accountable

Premises liability cases cover a wide-range of personal injury scenarios. Before you file a premises liability claim, it’s important to first discuss your case with an experienced legal representative. During your consultation, we can listen to your story and use our vast resources to pinpoint the negligent party. Our trial-tested lawyers can then develop a litigation strategy that proves the landowner was aware, or should have been aware, of the threat, and failed to remedy or repair it in a timely manner.

Premises liability injuries include, but are not limited to:

  • Injuries caused by inadequate premises maintenance
  • Slip and fall cases
  • Snow and ice accidents
  • Elevator incidents
  • Dog bites
  • Electrical injuries
  • Exposure to chemicals
  • Assaults encouraged by inadequate building security

However, a landowner may dispute your claim by alleging that you are equally or fully responsible for your injuries. This is because Colorado is a contributory negligence state. If the defendant’s legal team can prove that you didn’t exercise reasonable care for your own safety, you may not receive the damages your injuries warrant.

You can only receive compensation in a premises liability case if:

  • You weren’t trespassing on private property
  • Your injury wasn’t caused by your own reckless actions
  • You didn’t ignore visible warning signs
  • You weren’t intoxicated when you sustained your injury

Per the statute of limitations in Colorado, plaintiffs have 2 years to file a premises liability claim against a negligent landowner. If you’re ready to take legal action, contact the Loveland premises liability lawyers at Busch Law Offices.

Contact Our Skilled Premises Liability Attorneys Today!

Attorneys Matt and Brett Busch, our father-son legal team, are dedicated to providing exceptional legal services to the residents of Colorado. If you’re suffering the physical and financial consequences of a preventable injury, you need to take immediate legal action if you want to obtain a beneficial settlement or verdict. You can depend on the lawyers at Busch Law Offices to effectively guide you through each step of your legal journey.

Contact Busch Law Officesat (877) 435-1514 to schedule a consultation.

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