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What Kind of Damages Can I Receive From My Premises Liability Case?

If you are thinking of filing a lawsuit after being injured on someone else’s property, you are no doubt curious as to what sort of damages, or compensation, you can expect to recover should you win your case. There are several premises liability damages you may be able to pursue, but you will need the help of an experienced attorney to have the best chances of success

Damages Due to Injuries

Whenever someone is hurt on another person’s property, he or she may be able to sue to recover premises liability damages. The law states that property owners or residents must take reasonable care to make their property as safe as possible. Those who fail to do so could be held liable should an accident occur that results in someone being injured.

One of the most common types of premises liability damages is medical expenses. Serious injuries such as broken bones, spinal cord or brain injuries and others can be extremely expensive to treat. If you or a loved one has suffered this type of injury, you may be able to recover compensation to pay for expenses such as medical bills, rehabilitation costs, ambulance transport, prescription costs and more. If the accident resulted in a death, the deceased family members could sue for damages such as funeral expenses. If you are hurt so badly that you cannot work, you could sue for lost income as well as lost future income.

Talk to a Lawyer About Premises Liability Damages

These just scratch the surface of the many types of premises liability damages you might be able to pursue through a lawsuit. Please talk to a professional with KBG Injury Law to learn more about your potential options. Call 717-848-3838 or contact us online.