Premises Liability Lawyer

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Premises Liability Lawyers in Bend

Injured by a Negligent Property Owner in Deschutes County, Oregon? 

At Miller & Hopp Attorneys at Law, we’ve handled a multitude of personal injury cases where our clients were injured due to a property owner’s negligence. Thousands of people in Oregon enter the ER every year because property owners failed to maintain their premises or did nothing to keep visitors and guests reasonably safe from debris and other hazards. If you’ve been injured on another person’s property, you may be entitled to damages under Oregon’s premises liability laws.

We understand how stressful it is to deal with an injury that was caused by another person’s careless behavior. We’re here to answer your questions about the financial, medical, and insurance matters that often haunt our clients. You need to speak with an attorney. 

Please contact Miller & Hopp Attorneys at Law today and speak to our experienced legal team. All calls regarding your injury are free, and there are no fees unless we win.

What Is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is a part of the law that is often used in personal injury cases. If a person’s injury was caused by an unsafe condition or a defective condition on another person’s property, then the negligent party can be held liable for damages under the premises liability concept.

The majority of personal injury cases happen because a person was negligent or careless, and the same idea applies to the legal concept of premises liability. The injured party in a premises liability case has to prove that the private property owner was negligent regarding the maintenance or safety of the property.

What Does Negligence of Property Mean?

Negligence in premises liability cases is when the property owner failed to care for the property reasonably. For example, this could include things like failing to install handrails or fix faulty handrails, resulting in visitor injury.

However, it’s critical to understand that getting injured on another person’s property does not always mean the owner was negligent. You have to prove that the property owner knew the premises were in an unsafe condition or that they should have reasonably known the property was dangerous for other people.

There are a lot of personal injury cases that can fall under premises liability law. Our lawyers will handle your case. 

Our legal team will work competently to resolve the following premises liability cases:

There are many other types of incidents that can fall under premises liability law. Proving a property owner’s negligence is not always straightforward. When you contact the Miller & Hopp Attorneys at Law for your free injury consultation, we will go over your case in detail and work tirelessly to prove that the owner was negligent and that you and your family are entitled to just compensation under the law. 

Contact Miller & Hopp Attorneys at Law today to discuss your case.

Personal Injury Attorneys in Oregon

At Miller & Hopp, we represent clients in many types of negligence-based accidents that result in injuries and damages. Under Oregon law, you have legal rights in seeking compensation for what you have endured, from past and predicted future medical expenses to pain and suffering, emotional anguish, income loss, and more. 

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Our Experienced and Dedicated Attorneys Are Ready to Help

With 50 years of combined experience, the lawyers at Miller & Hopp Attorneys at Law have the skills and knowledge to confront legal issues in any area related to your case.

Miller & Hopp Attorneys at Law encompasses an extensive range of practice areas. We do not limit our practice or focus to one particular area of law. Our firm can use different strategies that will be most beneficial to the specifics of your case.

Contact us today or call (888) 833-1023 to arrange to speak with one of our attorneys about your case.

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