Q: What Is the Statute of Limitations for Premises Liability?
A: If you believe you have grounds to file any type of premises liability claim, you must do so within two years of the date the incident occurred. It is generally ideal to start the claim filing process as soon as possible after your injury to have the greatest chance of success. This ensures the reliability of evidence and witness testimony you may need to firmly establish liability for your damages.
Q: How Much Compensation Can I Win for a Retail Store Accident?
A: A plaintiff who can successfully prove fault for a retail store accident can expect to recover compensation for all the medical expenses they incur for treatment of their injuries, compensation for lost income during the time they were unable to work after their injury, and compensation for their pain and suffering. Your Las Vegas premises liability attorney can help accurately calculate the full scope of the damages you can include in your claim.
Q: How Much Can I Claim for My Pain and Suffering?
A: State law only limits pain and suffering compensation in professional negligence cases. This means there is no cap on the amount of pain and suffering compensation you seek from the party responsible for the retail store injury, but the amount you include in your civil suit must accurately reflect the severity of your injury. Your Las Vegas premises liability attorney can provide guidance for this aspect of your civil suit.
Q: Do I Need to Hire a Las Vegas Premises Liability Attorney for My Claim?
A: Even if fault for your retail store accident seems perfectly apparent, do not assume that you would have an easy time securing compensation for your damages on your own. Hiring legal counsel you can trust will make it much easier to meet the procedural demands of your claim, and you will be more likely to maximize your recovery. Additionally, your attorney can handle your case proceedings so you can focus on your medical needs and your household after your injury.
Q: How Much Does a Las Vegas Premises Liability Attorney Cost to Hire?
A: The attorneys at Easton & Easton accept personal injury clients on a contingency fee basis, so there are no upfront or ongoing attorneys’ fees when you select our firm as your legal representation. We will only take a fee if and when we win your case, and our fee will be a percentage of the total amount recovered on your behalf. There is no fee if we cannot win compensation for your damages, so there is no risk to hiring our firm as your legal counsel.
The attorneys at Easton & Easton have cultivated a strong reputation as a leading choice for legal counsel in Las Vegas when it comes to premises liability claims and all other types of personal injury cases. If you have been injured in a retail store, we can help ensure accountability for your damages and maximize the compensation you secure from the defendant. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about the legal services we offer.