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Premises Liability

Premises liability cases arise when a person is injured on the property of another because of a dangerous or unsafe condition caused by the owner or about which the owner was or should have been aware. Although these cases are commonly referred to as slip and fall or trip and fall cases, they can also include injuries or damages suffered because of negligent security, elevator/escalator malfunctions, or exposure to lead based paint. Slip and fall or trip and fall accidents usually result from a substance on a floor in a store or restaurant, unsafe flooring or carpeting, obstructions placed in pathways, or inadequate lighting.

If you would like for us to help you determine whether you have a valid premises liability case, please contact one of our attorneys to schedule an appointment. Our evaluation of whether you have a case is always free.

Alabama Premises Liability Attorneys

Birmingham Premises Liability Attorneys

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The attorneys of Riley & Jackson, P.C., serve clients in civil litigation throughout Alabama, including Birmingham, Hoover, Mountain Brook, Vestavia, Homewood, Pelham, Irondale, Cahaba Heights, Montgomery, Prattville, Mobile, Huntsville, Auburn, Tuscaloosa, Dothan, Troy, Gadsden, Cullman, Decatur, Athens, Selma, Fort Payne, Scottsboro, Talladega, Jefferson County, Shelby County, Montgomery County, Madison County, Walker County, Mobile County, Baldwin County, Tuscaloosa County, Lee County, Dallas County, St. Clair County, Talladega County, Clay County, Randolph County, Calhoun County, Winston County, Bibb County, Escambia County, Greene County, Pickens County, DeKalb County, Jackson County, Blount County, Cullman County, Chilton County, Morgan County, Limestone County and Butler County.


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205.879.5000

 

3530 Independence Dr.

Birmingham, AL 35209

Phone: 205-879-5000

Fax: 205-879-5901

Birmingham Law Office

 

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