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Assertive Legal Representation In Premises Liability Cases

As a guest on the premises of another, you should have confidence that you are safe while visiting. Simply put, owners and occupiers of land owe a duty to either repair a possible hazard or make you aware of the danger.

If you are injured, you may be able to collect money for your medical bills and your pain and suffering. When you are a guest at a hotel, attending an event, visiting your doctor, enjoying an amusement park, or otherwise on the premises of a person or business, you are owed a high standard of care to keep you safe. Otherwise, we are ready to fight for you. At Ortega Law, LLC, we provide zealous legal representation services to victims injured due to someone else’s negligence. From our Pasadena office, we serve clients in Anne Arundel County.

Extensive Experience And Personalized Services

As you discuss your case with us in a free case evaluation, we will explain whether you have a case or not and how we can recover your compensation. As we take your case, insurance representatives will have to speak to us. In that way, we will ensure you are receiving fair compensation.

Maryland is an at-fault state and the individual or institution liable for an accident should pay compensation to a victim. Perhaps the premises manager has failed to provide adequate maintenance or cleaning to a property, leading to your accident and injuries. Under such circumstances, you can file a claim against the property owner so you can recover damages.

Some common types of premises liability claims include:

The attorneys at Ortega Law, LLC, have helped clients recover money for their injuries, pain and suffering by aggressively representing our clients against large corporations, the city, or the county for the negligence of their employees. We will fight relentlessly to seek justice for you.

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Call our office today at 410-650-8543 and make an appointment with one of our lawyers. You can also send an email with your contact information and a brief explanation of your consult. In addition to your free consultation and when we represent your best interests, you will only pay our fees if we win your case.