Denver Premises Liability Attorney
Representing Injured Clients throughout Colorado and Beyond
When you enter someone else’s property, may it be a personal or commercial one, you have a reasonable expectation of not getting injured. Property owners have a duty of care with respect to all persons who might visit their premises. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of an unsafe condition on another person’s property, it is important that you seek the legal services of Dan Caplis Law.
Dan Caplis has 34 years of experience representing clients in all types of premises liability claims. We know that these claims can be difficult and complex, but our Denver premises liability attorneys are well-versed in crafting a compelling argument to validate your claim. We also have a proven track record of recovering the maximum compensation for our past injured clients. Let us do the same for you.
Types of Premises Liability Cases
There are many types of premises liability cases, which vary depending on what has caused the injury. In most cases, liability rests on the owner of the property. However, in commercial properties where other employees or persons of authority also have due diligence in the upkeep of the premises, liability can be shared.
The most common premises liability cases include:
- Slip and fall cases
- Snow and ice accidents
- Poor maintenance of the premises
- Defective conditions on the premises
- Negligent security
- Swimming pool accidents
- Elevator and escalator accidents
- Amusement park accidents
- Uneven pavement accidents
- Child injuries
- Electric shock accidents
Government entities that are responsible for the care and maintenance of public spaces such as playgrounds and parks may also be held accountable if an injury has occurred.
Proving a Premises Liability Claim
While premises liability cases are not as noticeable as automobile accidents, they can still cause severe, life-changing injuries. Some cases may even result in wrongful deaths. A property owner can be held liable for your injuries if he or she failed to maintain a safe environment or warn of a dangerous condition that existed on the property. There are many factors of proving liability but generally, the injured party will have to prove:
- that the person whose actions led to the injury (the defendant) owned, leased or occupied the property
- that the defendant was negligent in their use or treatment of the property
- that this negligent behavior was a substantial factor in causing the injuries sustained
Contact our denver personal injury attorneys
At Dan Caplis Law, we are dedicated to fighting for the injured. Our Denver personal injury lawyers are compassionate towards our clients yet aggressive when it comes to facing the liable party or their insurance companies. We have the investigative resources and a network of experts and specialists that can help us validate your claim. Our goal is to help you receive full compensation in order for you to recover from your injuries and rebuild your life after the accident.