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Pigeon Forge Premises Liability Lawyer

You might not think too much about the dangers around you while going about your daily routine in Pigeon Force, but statistics reveal that accidents on property are a serious threat. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that almost 98 million people head to emergency rooms for treatment of unintentional injuries, and slip and falls are among the top causes. If you were hurt or lost a loved one because of hazardous conditions on property, it is a relief to know that Tennessee laws provide you with legal remedies. However, it can be tough to figure out where to begin with the process.

At Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette, our team is ready to tackle the legal tasks that are necessary to get the compensation you deserve after an accident on property. We have decades of combined experience assisting injured victims in Sevier County and throughout Eastern Tennessee, so you can count on us to protect your rights. Please contact our firm to schedule a free consultation with a Pigeon Forge premises liability lawyer and check out some important background information.

Overview of Premises Liability Laws in Tennessee

Property owners have a legal duty to maintain their spaces in reasonably safe condition and free from foreseeable hazards. When they fail to do so and their carelessness causes an accident, an injured victim can recover monetary damages for the losses that result. A property owner, business, or other entity that has control over the premises may breach the duty of care by:

  • Failing to clean up spills or debris;
  • Not securing loose handrails on staircases, balconies, or ramps;
  • Neglecting to install proper lighting;
  • Failure to implement appropriate security measure in areas prone to criminal activity;
  • Not maintaining swimming pool, hot tub, and spa equipment;
  • Negligence with sanitation in kitchens and food preparation areas;
  • Refusal to fix loose wiring; and
  • Many others.

Seeking Compensation for Your Losses

Tennessee property owners carry liability insurance to cover their losses in accidents, so the first step in recovering monetary damages is filing an insurance claim. However, there is more to the process than filling out forms. An insurer will try to protect its own financial interests by making a lowball counteroffer or denying your claim. If the insurance company refuses to pay a sufficient amount, you will need to take your case to court to get compensation for medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Our Pigeon Forge premises liability lawyers at Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette will tackle all essential tasks to protect your rights, including:

  • Gathering evidence;
  • Completing and submitting insurance forms, along with supporting evidence;
  • Discussing settlement options with the insurance company; and
  • Filing a lawsuit in court and taking your case to trial.

Call Now to Speak to a Pigeon Forge Premises Liability Lawyer

For additional details about your rights and remedies, please contact Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette right away. You can set up a no-cost consultation with a Pigeon Forge premises liability lawyer by calling 866-862-4855 or visiting us online.

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