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Lynchburg Premises Liability Lawyers
What is Premises Liability?
Under Virginia law, an incident that occurs on another person’s property is called a premises liability claim. These claims can be very complex and usually require that the owner or occupant of the property knew of the defect in the premises that caused the injury. Another important factor is the classification of the injured person at the time of the injury.
Premises liability accidents occur in many different locations with varying degrees of injury. We have represented Virginia injury victims in many different types of premises liability claims for over three decades. If you have been injured on another person’s property and believe you may have a claim, contact us today by phone or fill out out free, no obligation case review form.
Premises Liability Plantiff Types in Virginia
The Duty Owed to the Injured Party Varies Depending on Which Category Applies to the Injured Party.
This is someone who was extended an invitation to enter the property by the property owner or occupant and the visitor enters pursuant to that invitation. The owner of the property has a duty to invitees to use ordinary care to maintain the premises in a reasonable, safe condition and to warn invitees of hidden dangers.
A licensee is someone who enters the property for his own convenience or benefit with the knowledge and consent, express or implied, of the owner. The owner only has a duty to warn the licensee of dangerous conditions of which the owner has knowledge or notice. Absent this, there is no duty to warn and thus no liability.
A trespasser is defined as someone who unlawfully enters the land of another. In general, a property owner has no duty to keep the premises in a safe condition for trespassers. If you own a piece of property, the law does not require you to maintain your property to ensure the safety of people who do not have permission to be on your property.
Understanding Your Accident & Injury Claim
HOW DO I KNOW IF I HAVE A CASE?
WHEN SHOULD I CALL ABOUT MY CASE?
DO YOU CHARGE UPFRONT FEES TO HANDLE MY CASE?
WILL YOU TELL ME HOW MUCH MY CASE IS WORTH?
When Should I Get Help?
Why Choose Us?
The Trost Law Difference
Each year thousands of accident and injury victims in Virginia search for the right firm to help them. Hiring an attorney to represent you with your injury claim is one of the first and most important decisions you can make, and one that you have full control over.
At Trost Law Group, our experienced and dedicated Injury Lawyers have used their unrivaled skill and experienced to help thousands of injured clients throughout the state of Virginia for the past 35 years. All of our clients are assigned to a dedicated case manager, and are treated like part of the family. Contact us today to begin the defense of your case with our free, no obligation case review and experience the Trost difference.
Decades of Skill & Experience
Our team has had decades of first hand litigation and trial experience that we put to use for the benefit of our clients.
No Upfront Fees
Because we accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, you won’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case. A percentage of the final recovery will be used to pay for our services.
Time Tested & Proven Results
We have developed time tested and proven methods over the past 35 years that have resulted in maximum compensation for our clients.
Free Case Review
There is no cost for us to get started on your case. At anytime you can request a no-obligation, free case review by filling out our online form or calling our office today.
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Randall J. Trost, P.C
801 Main Street, 10th Floor
Lynchburg, VA 24504
122 S Market St.
#B, Danville, VA 24541