When You Are Injured On Someone Else’s Property
Property owners are obligated to care for their premises, and for good reason. An ill-maintained property can be dangerous or even deadly, depending on the circumstances. Given the right situation, an unlocked door, improper step, broken light or spilled liquid can mean a sprain, broken bone, laceration or even death.
I Will Work Hard To Maximize Your Compensation
When Mississippi and Louisiana people are injured because a property owner did not maintain his or her premises, I believe the victims should receive the maximum available compensation. For more than 20 years working as an attorney in and around Biloxi and Gulfport, I have leveraged the civil justice system to maximize compensation for my clients.
I am prepared to put my experience as a lawyer to work on personal injury cases related to:
- Slip and falls
- Escalator accidents
- Dog bites
- Inadequate signage for hazardous areas (i.e., wet floor signs, exit signs, construction area warnings)
- Code violations
- Exposed wire
- Improper step downs
- Poorly lit walkways
- Negligent security
Get Legal Help Early
Because there may be multiple defendants — owners, leasers and property managers — adding a further level of complexity, it is critically important to take early and decisive action. I encourage you to get in touch. I will work directly with you to understand all circumstances related to your injury and will begin working to build the strongest possible case. This approach has recovered millions, and I am ready to bring it to your case.
To reach out and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss any premises liability, slip-and-fall injuries or personal injury in general, call my Biloxi office at 228-207-2075 or email the firm.