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Your Winston-Salem Slip and Fall Lawyers

When you enter any property, you have a reasonable expectation of remaining unharmed. Whether they are the owner or the non-owner resident of the property, the duty of the person in charge of the property is to maintain a safe environment for anyone who has the legal right to be there. When that responsibility is violated, a premises liability attorney can help the person who is affected understand whether they have a claim.

Each state maintains its own laws and statutes regarding liability in these cases. Many states focus on the legal status of the visitor while others concentrate on the condition of the environment where the injury occurred.

The premises liability team at Lewis & Keller is familiar with these state laws and will help you or your loved one recover losses after an accident on someone else’s property. To find out if you have a claim of premises liability, contact our firm by submitting the free case evaluation form or giving us a call. There is no obligation, it is 100% free, and your details are always confidential.

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You 24/7

If you get injured during odd hours, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team has a 24/7 hotline that connects you with a live representative who can assist you.

Decades of
Experience

Our legal experts have a combined experience of 150+ years. Our competence in law enables us to be a champion for every client. Trust us to preserve your legal rights after a traumatic incident.

No Upfront
Fees

Our firm operates on a contingency-fee basis, meaning you can access our legal services without worrying about hourly charges. We only charge if we achieve a successful outcome in your case.

We Want To Make This Easier

Legal cases based on defective property conditions can be overwhelming, especially if you have been seriously injured and are struggling to pay your bills. You may feel like you’re fighting an uphill battle against insurance companies and negligent property owners, but you don’t have to do it alone. At Lewis & Keller, we understand the emotional and physical toll of being hurt on someone else’s property, and we’re here to help you seek the settlement you deserve.

Our committed premises liability attorneys will fight to hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligence. We know that you’re going through a difficult time, and we want you to focus on healing while we pursue the maximum settlement you’re entitled to. You can trust us to listen to your story, offer guidance and support, and be your champions in the legal process. Don’t let your injuries go uncompensated — let us make it easier to achieve justice.

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Do You Have a Case?

What Kind of Visitor Were You?

There are three categories under which visitors to a property may fall: invitee, licensee, or trespasser. Determining your status as a visitor is central to understanding liability when you are harmed on another person’s property. The definitions of these three visitor types are as follows:

  • Invitee: An invitee is a person who is welcomed onto the property by the owner or non-owner resident with the purpose of conducting business. A common example is a grocery store or other retail location that invites consumers to shop with them. The invitee is usually owed the greatest debt of care by the owner or non-owner resident.
  • Licensee: A guest is a common example of a licensee. These visitors are invited onto the property without any commercial or business intentions.
  • Trespasser: Trespassers are not owed any duty of care by owners and non-owner residents. If a burglar breaks into a home and trips over an electrical wire, they would not have the right to hold the owner accountable for their injury.
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Not Sure Where To Turn After a Slip and Fall Accident?

Lewis & Keller is prepared to use our considerable knowledge of premises liability law to protect the rights of you and your loved ones. If you were hurt while on another person’s property, filing a claim may be the best recourse.

What Will Your Settlement Cover?

Find out what your individual claim is worth by consulting with one of the experts at Lewis & Keller. Our injury attorneys will examine your situation through trained eyes and help you understand how much you could recover to make up for what you’ve lost. Below, you can learn more about what types of losses may be included in compensation for a premises liability claim.

Financial Losses

These include your accident-related expenses that have a monetary value: medical expenses, lost wages and expected loss of earning capacity, and property damage are all examples that may be accounted for in your settlement.

Non-Financial Losses

If the results of your accident damaged your relationship with your partner or another loved one, if you have experienced significant physical pain due to your injuries, or if you have suffered mental distress or illness caused by your accident, these losses can also be accounted for.

Our Results Speak For themselves

$

7000000

Motorcycle accident resulting in paralysis.

$

3000000

Auto accident resulting in post traumatic stress disorder.

$

1393000

Workplace accident resulting in a traumatic brain injury.

What Lewis & Keller Can Do for You

We know that the legal system can be complicated and that you’re already dealing with enough. That’s why we’re here to take the burden off your shoulders. Our experienced attorneys will work tirelessly to help you:

  • Understand the compensation you’re entitled to
  • Negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf
  • Protect your rights to ensure you aren’t cheated out of the compensation you deserve
  • Investigate your claim to make sure you get every penny you deserve
  • Represent you in court, if necessary

With Lewis & Keller on your side, you’ll have a team of dedicated lawyers who will fight for you every step of the way.

What Comes Next?

Free Case Review

Start your free case review today by contacting us via phone or our online form. We will begin by discussing the details of your accident, including your injuries and how they occurred. From there, our team will determine the best course of action for your case.

Evidence
Negotiations
Settlement

Premises Liability FAQs

What If I Was Partially Responsible for My Accident?

Having one of the strictest negligence laws in the country, North Carolina only allows injured parties to seek compensation if they hold no responsibility for the accident that caused their injuries. If it is proven that you were partially responsible, you could be unable to recover damages at all.

Always consult with a lawyer to understand your legal rights and options before moving further with a claim.

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