Property owners and other parties responsible for maintaining public or private premises are obliged to keep their properties reasonably safe. If you suffered injury due to dangerous or inadequately maintained property, the Arkansas premises liability lawyers at the Duncan Firm may be able to help you pursue the financial security you need to cope with medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages.

For a free review of your case, please call our office in Little Rock at 877-638-6226 today.

Factors in Premises Liability Accidents

Premises liability lawsuits often stem from slip-and-fall accidents, in which negligent maintenance contributes to unsafe conditions that can result in personal injury. Common factors in premises liability cases include:

  • Inadequate security
  • Wet, icy or otherwise slippery walkways
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Inaccessible emergency exits
  • Lack of warning of potential hazards
  • Unsafe handrails, guardrails or stairs

In premises liability lawsuits, the injured person must establish that the property was dangerous, that the designated party responsible for maintaining the property knew or should have know about the dangers, and that the responsible party failed to correct or warn about the dangers in a reasonable period of time.

Protecting Your Rights After a Premises Liability Injury

If you were hurt on public or private property and you believe your injury was the result of negligent security, inadequate maintenance or failure to warn of risks, it’s important to document as much about the circumstances of your injury as possible, including:

  • Photos or video of the location in which your injury occurred
  • Photos or video of your injuries
  • Contact information for any witnesses

If you were hurt in an incident related to unsafe premises, please contact the Duncan Firm in Little Rock by completing the form on this page or calling us at 877-638-6226 for your free case consultation. Our experienced premises liability attorneys welcome clients from throughout Arkansas.