Whether at the store, a park, or any other such property in Washington State, you shouldn’t have to worry about being injured in an accident that occurred because a property owner was negligent. Unfortunately, this may have already happened to you.

Schedule a consultation with a Marysville premises liability attorney if so. the Snohomish County Injury Attorney Kelby Derenick is on hand to answer your questions and explain whether you have grounds to pursue financial compensation for your medical bills and other such losses.

Examples of Premises Liability in Marysville, WA

Accidents on someone else’s property can come in many potential forms. The following are just a few examples of accidents that may result from someone else’s negligence:

  • You’re injured in a slip-and-fall accident because a store owner didn’t fix a known leak that resulted in a wet floor
  • You’re exposed to hazardous materials on someone’s property because they weren’t properly stored or you weren’t informed of their presence.
  • A child nearly drowns in a swimming pool because no one was watching them

That’s not a complete list. Meet with a lawyer if you’re unsure whether the nature of your accident gives you the right to take legal action.

Seeking Compensation After Premises Liability in Washington

You may be eligible for compensation after being injured on someone else’s property in the State of Washington. You can file a claim with a negligent property owner’s insurance to seek compensation for such losses as:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering

For more information about damages that may be available, discuss your case with a Marysville premises liability attorney.

It’s also worth noting that not everyone who is injured on someone else’s property as a result of “negligence” is eligible to receive compensation. For example, a trespasser is not entitled to compensation because they didn’t have a legal right to be on a property when they were injured.

How a Marysville, WA Premises Liability Lawyer Helps

A property owner in Washington State isn’t immediately considered liable simply because someone was injured. They may be held liable if they negligently created an unsafe condition or allowed an unsafe condition to put guests at risk.

You must thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your accident to gather evidence proving you were harmed because a property owner was unreasonably negligent. At the Snohomish County Injury Attorney, Marysville premises liability attorney Kelby Derenick has the expertise to conduct a full investigation on your behalf.

He can further improve your chances of receiving the total amount of compensation for which you may be eligible by:

  • Reviewing your medical bills, adding up your lost wages, and accounting for compensable non-economic damages to determine approximately how much compensation you may deserve
  • Filing a thorough claim with the insurance company
  • Reviewing settlement offers and entering into negotiations if they are too low

In the aftermath of an accident that results in injury, your goal should be to make a swift and comfortable recovery. Kelby Derenick will allow you to do so with the peace of mind from knowing an attorney with over a decade of experience handling your case. Learn more by contacting the firm online or calling (360) 965-8251.

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If you have suffered injuries from an accident in Snohomish County, your next step after getting necessary medical care should be to contact a trusted attorney. Our law office is here to give you the peace of mind you need by speaking with someone who not only understands the ins and outs of personal injury law, but someone who cares about your situation. It all starts with scheduling a free consultation by calling us at (360) 965-8251 or filling out the form below.

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