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Creating A Safer Community By Holding Property Owners Accountable

Property owners do not live in a vacuum. By failing to maintain their property, negligent owners (whether commercial or residential) create hazardous conditions for everyone. Serious injuries like head injuries, compound fractures, and large animal wounds can be the direct result of inattentive ownership.

Here in Tennessee, the law protects the vulnerable. At Jenkins Dedmon Hayes Law Group LLP, we make our community better by ensuring that property owners fulfill their responsibilities and duties and we strive to hold them accountable when they fail. Call our firm at 731-259-6100.

What Does Premises Liability Mean?

Premises liability means that if a property owner or renter fails to live up to their responsibilities and that failure causes injuries, then they can be held legally responsible. It is one reason why homeowners and renters’ insurance is so important. Examples include:

  • Dangerous and dilapidated stairs and sidewalks
  • Slippery or slick conditions upon flooring in business (especially at entrance ways or in areas such as check-out lanes)
  • Not attending to ice and snow buildup
  • Failing to secure or properly fence in animals

Our firm helps gather the evidence and prove liability in court. We help evaluate the full extent of your injuries and advocate for your care in court. In the best case, we obtain more than just your health care costs, but also lost wages and attorney’s fees.

Reach Our Firm For The Personalized Care You Deserve

Our attorney team has over a century’s worth of combined legal experience. We employ our knowledge and skill on your behalf. Every case is unique, but one factor remains the same: the truth and justice prevail.

For more information on how we can help you and how our firm provides you with tailored and individual care, send us an email today.