Premises liability occurs when a store or business fails to use reasonable care to either warn or correct an unsafe condition that it is aware of or reasonably should be aware. Examples include a slip and fall accident in a liquid, trip accident, or fall accident. Premises Liability may also be created by the actions of store employees in operating the equipment in a store such as pallets or loaders, or caused by an employee’s inability to properly stack merchandise.
What Types of injuries are caused in Premises Liability cases?
As outside counsel for the largest big box retailers in North Carolina for over 9 years, and a person that has investigated hundreds of accidents occurring in stores, Ben Hardwick is a skilled premises liability lawyer in North Carolina. As a premises liability attorney, he understands the policies and procedures of these stores, store surveillance issues, and the requirements that employees are obligated to meet.
If you or your loved one has been involved in an accident in Charlotte, premises liability accident, or slip and fall, contact the Law Offices of Benjamin R. Hardwick, PLLC., at 704-277-1047 for a free consultation and speak to a Charlotte North Carolina slip and fall lawyer and Charlotte attorney today.