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Parking lots are part of a business owner’s property. Therefore, the owner of the retail store or other business property has a legal obligation to maintain the lot or ramp, including sidewalks and stairwells in a condition that is determined safe for public use. This includes ensuring the lot is properly marked and lighted and the traffic flow has been designed with the public’s safety in mind. If you have been injured in a parking lot accident, either while driving, riding a bike or walking, you may be entitled to seek damages for the cost of medical treatment, lost earnings and pain and suffering resulting from your injuries.
The insurance litigation attorneys of the Robinette Legal Group have extensive experience as former insurance defense lawyers. We now use our experience to represent plaintiffs in personal injury claims against property owners and their insurers.
Contact our offices in Morgantown, West Virginia, to discuss your parking lot injury with one of our lawyers. We offer a free consultation and represent clients in personal injury claims on a contingency basis. If we can’t help you recover money damages for your injury or wrongful death claim, you won’t pay attorneys’ fees.
We have experience representing clients in premises liability claims resulting in parking lot injuries, including:
It is important to start collecting evidence as soon as possible after a parking lot accident. Witnesses are confused by the hustle and bustle of cars and customers and often leave the scene without talking to police. In addition, the property owner has every reason to change the evidence at the scene, to protect himself from liability.
Contact us right away.