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Charlotte Premises Liability Attorneys

When an injury or accident occurs on unsafe property, lawyers refer to it as premises liability. If you have been hurt on residential, commercial or public property, you have a right to seek compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. You will, however, need the right attorney on your side.

Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall cases are challenging in North Carolina, but our personal injury claim attorneys have the experience and knowledge to handle them. We have tried numerous slip-and-fall cases to juries, so we know how to best present the information. You can rely on our skill in a difficult situation. Please speak with Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler to learn more about how we may assist you.

Personal injury cases are taken on a contingent fee basis. You pay no fees unless we recover damages for you.

Well-Known For Our Success In Slip-And-Fall Cases

Our lawyers will investigate the accident, visit the location and research the incident. We know how to determine who is liable for your losses. We can represent injury victims in many types of premises liability cases, including those that involve:

  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
  • Accidents in grocery, discount stores and shopping malls
  • Accidents on faulty stairways
  • Cracked pavement
  • Spills and slick surfaces

Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe for visitors. If their negligence resulted in an injury or wrongful death, we will build a strong case for compensation. While we strive for favorable settlements, we are always prepared to take cases to trial when that is in our clients’ best interests. We have earned a reputation as skilled negotiators and litigators.

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