Tulsa Attorney BlogWhat Is a Premises Liability Case?

The Sooner You Can Get Into Legal Counsel the Better

Video Transcribed: What is a premises liability case? Hey everyone, Christopher Stevens here certified paralegal with the Wirth Law Office in Tulsa, Oklahoma, working in personal injury in Oklahoma.

And today we’re going to be talking about what exactly is a premises liability case. The long and short of it is, it’s a fancy legal way of saying it’s the case of a dangerous condition, meaning that you were injured while on the property of another person due to their negligence.

Now, a few examples of these would be, if you are say at a restaurant and some water was spilled on the floor, and no one put a sign-up, you slip and suffer injuries.

Or if, for instance, you are at a location and there’s a sharp piece of metal sticking up that cuts your arm as you’re walking by.

Now, these types of cases are also very evidence heavy, meaning you really need to get spoliation letters out, make sure that the owner is preserving that evidence.

So a lot of the time, the sooner you can get into legal counsel the better because your attorney can make sure that that evidence is preserved for later down the line, whenever it’s very important for your case.

If you need a personal injury attorney in Tulsa in which you are seeking legal help concerning your accident, feel free to contact an Oklahoma Personal Injury Attorney.

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