Indianapolis Premises Liability Lawyers
Recovering Damages for Unsafe Property Conditions
If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured in an accident involving a slip and fall on a dangerous surface, an attack by an unsecured dog, or a criminal assault in a commercial parking garage, contact an experienced premises liability attorney at the Indianapolis law firm of Young & Young. We offer free consultations to clients throughout the state who need advice and representation in the aftermath of an accident caused by dangerous property conditions.
The law of premises liability deals with the responsibility of a property owner to keep buildings and grounds in a reasonably safe condition for visitors, guests, commercial patrons, and passers-by. The specific contours of the duty of care on the owner can vary considerably depending on the facts of the case, the condition of the property, the actual risk to be guarded against, and even the age of the victim.
At Young & Young, our injury lawyers' experience with the investigation and evaluation of premises liability claims can help you recover the full amount of your physical and economic losses whenever we find that the negligence of a property owner played an important role in your injury. We represent clients in premises liability cases involving a wide range of dangerous property situations, including such hazards as the following:
- Falls involving structurally unsound building elements, such as balconies, stairways, porches, handrails, or overhead structures
- Violent or sexual assault reflecting negligent security in apartment buildings, condo complexes, commercial or industrial buildings, or parking lots
- Dog bites and other animal attacks, including those involving exotic pets
- Swimming pool accidents involving diving injuries, drowning, or brain injury or spinal cord injury
- Falls in unlit hallways, on wet floors, or on oily surfaces in buildings or paved areas
Our firm has helped Hoosiers resolve premises liability claims on favorable terms since Howard S. Young, Sr. left the Indiana Supreme Court to enter private practice with his son, Howard S. Young, Jr. in 1954. To learn how the current generation of the family continues the firm's proud tradition of service to clients, the profession and the community, contact one of our accident lawyers in Indianapolis.