Holding Property Owners Accountable

Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents are common and can be deceptively serious. Each year, thousands of people are injured on properties. If carelessness by a negligent property owner, casino manager, property manager or landlord led to a slip, trip or physical attack on you in a poorly lighted parking lot or ramp, you have rights that must be protected — especially the right to pursue full financial compensation for all injury-related expenses.

Unfortunately, many businesses and property owners do not want to be responsible when someone is injured on their property. The majority of our clients who have been injured by a fall on a property are told by the property owner or managers, after reporting their injuries, that there is nothing they can do. Many times, the property owner or manager refuses to pay any money whatsoever toward medical bills.

At the law firm of Williams Newman Williams PLLC, we are dedicated to serving the needs of accident injury victims throughout Mississippi and the southern United States. Our experienced Jackson personal injury lawyers fight for our injured clients' rights with proven skills, while providing exceptional service and personal attention.

Experienced Premises Liability Lawyers Fighting For You

Our attorneys have gained valuable experience in successfully representing defendants such as large insurance companies. Our attorneys have used this knowledge to gain millions of dollars for their clients. Their background has given them the legal knowledge and grasp of strategies to obtain the best possible results for severely injured clients in state and federal courts.

We FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS, prosecuting premises liability cases to the fullest — all the way to the Supreme Court, if required.

Act now to protect your rights. Contact us online or by calling 601-208-0343 or 800-558-4208 toll free. Your initial consultation is free.

If You Were Injured At A Business Or Public Property, We Can Help

Property owners have a duty to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition and to warn you of hidden dangers. They must ensure safe passage for those who are expected to enter their property for public or commercial purposes. Hazards and potential dangers must be plainly marked and access to unsafe areas should be restricted. Any failure to maintain property that results in serious injury or death makes the owner liable for those defects, which can include:

  • Wet, slippery floors
  • Missing or broken guard railings
  • Broken elevators and escalators
  • Stairways or stairwells in need of repair or replacement
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Unsecured, stacked merchandise
  • Exposed electrical wiring or fixtures
  • Hidden elevation changes (cracks, steps)
  • Hot water or hot surfaces

Hazards are not limited to inanimate objects. People can also cause significant injuries to adults and children when they behave inappropriately. Businesses and property owners may also be responsible for the actions of people on their properties. This includes actions by criminals, as well as injuries to victims of crime when it was foreseeable that the crime would occur.

Our lawyers represent clients who were assaulted at businesses, who were attacked by poorly trained or inherently vicious animals, and whose children were injured at day care centers while under the watch of day care center personnel.

For What Kinds Of Injury Can You Recover Money?

The injuries that can occur due to property negligence are many and various. The bottom line is that you can seek compensation in the aftermath of almost any serious injury caused by another's negligence.

Here are a few examples of injuries for which we help our clients recover compensation:

  • Disfigurement
  • Dismemberment (loss of digits or limbs due to amputation)
  • Puncture wounds
  • Infections
  • Scarring
  • Nerve damage
  • Permanent physical or cognitive impairment

Wrongful Death Representation

If your loved one died wrongfully in an unsafe environment, we can help you. If you retain our attorneys, we will pursue justice and compensation for your loved one's pain and suffering, outstanding medical bills, and funeral and burial expenses, as well as loss of companionship.

No Fee Unless We Win for You · Free Consultation

To eliminate any concerns you might have about the cost of our quality advocacy, we deliver our legal services on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we collect money for you. This means you have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain by reaching out to our caring personal injury lawyers.

Contact us online or by calling 601-208-0343 or 800-558-4208 toll free. If you can't come to us, we'll come to you.