Wyoming Premises Liability Lawyers
Experienced Counsel for the Injured in Gillette, Newcastle, and Northeastern Wyoming
If you were on another’s property and were assaulted or injured in an accident, you may have grounds for a premises liability lawsuit against the owner or manager of the property. In Wyoming and across the U.S., property owners have a legal obligation to maintain reasonably safe premises for lawful guests. If they are negligent and fail to uphold this obligation – and someone is injured – they may be held accountable.
A Wyoming premises liability attorney at Berger & Brown can help you understand your options and legal right to compensation after a serious accident or injury. These cases can be complex, and the burden of proof may be difficult to establish, but we have experience with premises liability lawsuits and are ready to apply the time and resources it takes to pursue justice.
Call our offices at (307) 257-6368 for a free case evaluation.
Property Owner Liability in Wyoming
Property owner liability is a crucial issue to address in a premises liability claim. As the victim of an accident, you need to establish that the property owner failed to uphold his or her obligation to provide reasonably safe property grounds. This is one of the many areas where the Wyoming premises liability lawyers at Berger & Brown can provide invaluable support.
Our team handles premises liability claims in Gillette, Newcastle, and throughout Northeastern Wyoming that involve:
- Slip, trip, and fall accidents
- Physical assault and sexual assault caused by security negligence
- Elevator and escalator accidents
- Stairway accidents
- Injuries caused by construction defects or poorly maintained buildings
- Falls from heights
When we take on a premises liability claim, our lawyers look to current legislation and case law to determine exactly what is needed to prove fault. We then gather the necessary evidence, compile it in an organized manner, and present this during negotiations or courtroom litigation to establish property owner liability. We are meticulous, detail-oriented, and compassionate – putting all of these qualities together to benefit our clients both inside and outside of the courtroom as we pursue the best possible outcome on their behalf.
Find out how we can help you by calling office manager Rosie Maynard at (307) 257-6368. She can arrange your free consultation right away.