Tennessee Premises Liability Attorneys
From our homes and workplaces to stores and restaurants, there are a number of places that we go to and visit on a daily basis. While we expect these places to be safely constructed and well-maintained, the sad reality is that they are not always safe. Whether there are hazardous materials in a building, certain safety features are not present, or other integral building features, such as stairs, are unstable, far too many buildings pose a serious danger to unsuspecting tenants and visitors.
Sadly, as our Tennessee premises liability lawyers at Pohl & Berk, LLP, know, many people sustain serious injuries and illnesses as a result of unsafe properties every year. Though there is nothing that can be done to reverse the harm that a person has suffered, property owners and managers who are responsible for dangerous premises can be held liable for the consequences of any accidents that occur through premises liability lawsuits. Through these lawsuits, victims of unsafe properties can often secure the financial compensation they need.
Premises Liability Lawsuits in Tennessee
Premises liability lawsuits can arise as a result of a range of different injuries, illnesses, and accidents. However, some of the more common reasons people seek compensation through a Tennessee premises liability lawsuit involve:
- Elevator / Escalator Injuries
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Porch Collapse
- Stair Collapse
- Lead Paint Exposure
- Mercury Poisoning
- Pesticide Exposure
- Swimming Pool Injuries
Whether you have been harmed in these or other manners, you may deserve to be compensated for the suffering you have been forced to endure by the property owner or manager who failed to properly address unsafe conditions on their premises.
Speak with a Tennessee Premises Liability Lawyer Today
Suffering harm yourself or having a loved one injured because of unsafe property conditions can be difficult to deal with. However, our Tennessee premises liability attorneys at Pohl & Berk, LLP, do not believe victims of unsafe property should have to deal with the consequences on their own. In fact, with our help, you may be able to get the financial compensation and closure you need to begin moving on with your life. Call (615) 277-2765 to learn more about premises liability law and what we can do for you.