Premises Liability

Premises liability litigation refers to personal injury and wrongful death claims against the insurance company responsible for insuring property owners in the event of an accident occurring on their private, commercial or municipal property. In the state of Washington, an injured party has the right to file a lawsuit for compensation not covered by the insurance provider or property owner for:

  • Medical bills related to emergency medical treatment, physical therapy and ongoing occupational therapy that may be required as a result of the injury
  • Lost salary or wages, including potential future earnings that may be lost if the injured party's disability will not allow them to return to work at their former capacity and earnings level
  • Pain and suffering, as well as compensation for social losses resulting from the injury, including loss of marital affection and parental relationship with children

Some typical examples of premises liability personal injury claims include:

  • Parking lot and parking ramp injuries, including assault or murder due to insufficient security on the property
  • Slip-and-fall injuries due to standing water, ice, snow or oily products left on the floor
  • Falling materials, products or equipment
  • Elevator, escalator and stair defects
  • Injuries from assault in bars, restaurants and public establishments
  • Injuries on municipal park and playground equipment
  • Dog bite claims against the pet owner, even if off the owner's property
  • Public and residential swimming pool accidents

Seattle Premises Liability Attorney Serving King County And Northwest Washington

From offices in Kent, attorney F. Lawrence "Larry" Taylor aggressively represents people who have suffered injury or lost a loved one due to negligence or misconduct on the part of a property owner. Backed by a dedicated professional staff, trial lawyer Larry Taylor offers our clients the benefit of nearly 45 years of insurance litigation experience. He knows the strategies and tactics insurance companies use when settling a property owner negligence claim as quickly as possible.

Before you talk to an insurance adjuster or file a claim against the property owner's insurance provider, bring your property injury case to us. We offer a free case evaluation and investigate whether you have a legitimate claim for damages. If you retain our services, we will aggressively pursue evidence to build the strongest court case possible before beginning to negotiate a settlement.

Call 888-867-9773 or 206-817-2950 or use the convenient email form on our Contact page to arrange a free consultation. We represent clients on a contingency fee basis. You pay only if we help you recover money in a settlement or jury trial.