Premises Liability – If you are injured on someone else's property, you may be able to seek compensation from the property owner. In Harford, Cecil, and Baltimore Counties, the Maryland premises liability law will dictate how you proceed. Atkinson Law knows Maryland law and statutes. Our family has lived and worked in Maryland for more than 15 years and we have seen the obstacles clients have faced in personal injury cases. We will prepare for them. Every premises liability case is different and there is no “one size fits all.” We will work with you to determine both your classification of status – whether you were an invited guest, an invited licensee, a bare licensee, or a trespasser – and whether or not the property owner met his obligation to provide a safe environment. The many nuances of a personal injury case are best addressed with lawyers who know the locale and the statutes. If we don't think you have a case, we will honestly tell you that. If we do, we will build one that is reasonable and realistic.
Falls – If you fall due to perhaps an icy sidewalk or a wet floor or a crooked step, you may be able to collect some benefits if you are injured as a result of the fall. Sometimes you can negotiate payment of your medical bills with the proprietor of the building or business, but sometimes you need help navigating the claims. We've got your back. Atkinson Law will advocate for our clients and try to settle out of court, but if need be, we are experienced and successful in litigating for personal injury cases.
Negligence – If you're a property owner in Harford or Baltimore County, there are certain duties required in maintaining your property under Maryland law. Atkinson Law is well versed in these duties and the conditions for them. Make sure you're up to date on your requirements as a property owner. Accidents happen. We won't let you take the blame. Call Atkinson Law now for a consultation on property safety and duties that can prevent unnecessary personal injury claims.
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