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Property owners have a duty to their guests and visitors to maintain a safe premises at all times. If you were injured because of a property owner’s negligence, contact a South Carolina premises injury attorney with our firm for help filing an injury claim.

Every day we all enter other people’s homes and businesses, and we don’t even think much about our safety while we’re there. We trust that the businesses, homes, and stores we enter will be safe for us, but what if they aren’t?

What if you walk into a store and are struck on the head by a falling object that wasn’t properly secured? What if you slip on a spill that a store worker didn’t bother to clean up and you break your arm?

You deserve an outlet that allows you to hold negligent people accountable when they cause you injury. You have the right to file a claim for the personal injury you sustained and the damages it caused for you. Get help with your claim by connecting with a South Carolina premises liability lawyer at HawkLaw, PA.

How Can You Be Injured on Another’s Property?

Your South Carolina premises liability attorney must figure out how your accident occurred and who is liable for it. Not every accident is the fault of the property owner, so proving negligence is important to your case.

For example, if you trip over your own feet while walking down a grocery store aisle, that won’t be considered negligence on the part of the grocery store. However, if you trip over some debris left out in an aisle, you may be able to prove negligence, depending on the circumstances.

There are many different ways you can be injured on another’s property. Here are just a few examples of common premises liability accidents.

  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Unstable flooring and tripping hazards
  • Exposure to dangerous chemicals and fumes
  • Electrical wiring injuries
  • Slip-and-falls/trip-and-falls
  • Burn injuries and fire hazards
  • Being struck by falling objects
  • Dog bites

Obtaining Fair Damages for Your South Carolina Premises Liability Accident

You are owed fair compensation for everything this accident has put you through, and your South Carolina premises injury attorney will do everything possible to see that you get it. You are owed payment for your monetary losses and for the suffering this accident has caused you to endure.

Down below is a list of possible damages you could have suffered due to a premises liability accident in South Carolina.

  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost income and lost earning potential
  • Scarring/disfigurement
  • Permanent injury
  • Mental and emotional suffering
  • Lost life enjoyment
  • Medical expenses

Get in Touch with a Premises Injury Lawyer in South Carolina

You have every right to file a claim against a negligent property owner, because they should have taken proper care in ensuring your safety. Your injury has likely left you with damages both financial and nonfinancial in nature. You are owed full compensation for all the ways your injury has affected your life and happiness.

Get ahold of a South Carolina premises liability lawyer at HawkLaw, PA. A free case consultation is offered to those who call us at 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or who send in the online consultation form down below.

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