Helping the Injured for Over 30 Years

Dedicated to Making Sure You and Your Family Are Compensated for Your Injuries

We work every day to provide exceptional personal service and financial, physical, and mental relief to people who have suffered injury. We work tirelessly to represent clients in depositions, mediations, and arbitrations. Metro Law Offices, Ltd., offers personalized service for your personal injury. We go the extra mile to connect with each and every one of our clients. The Metro staff will meet clients in the privacy of their own homes. Personalization is key in helping clients get the best results. We provide “red carpet” treatment!

“I had two accidents that were not my fault and was injured. The insurance company didn’t want to pay for the second accident saying my injuries were all from the first one. After my lawyers filed a lawsuit the insurance company changed their tune real fast. I am so happy I hired these guys because they never gave-up and pushed until I got paid.”

Tianna L.

Minneapolis Premises Liability Lawyer

Representation Backed by 27 Years of Experience

Premises liability cases involve injuries that occur on another person’s property. Property owners are held to a reasonable standard of care. This means that they are expected to maintain their premises and minimize dangers. If a property owner is negligent and you are injured as a result, you may have the right to seek damages.

For example, if you fall down a staircase because an item was left in the pathway, you could pursue litigation against the proprietor. If you were harmed on a malfunctioning roller coaster, you may have the right to sue the amusement park. If you slip and fall on a broken jar of pasta sauce at a grocery store, you can take action against the food store chain for failing to clean it up.

Metro Law Offices wants to aid you in your fight for justice. We have worked on thousands of cases and as a result, we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.

Did property owner negligence lead to your injuries? Call our Minneapolis premises liability lawyer at (763) 592-0200. Our phone lines are open 24 hours.

What Is a Premises Liability Injury?
Any injury that happens on another person’s property may qualify as a premises liability injury.
Do You Have a Case?
In order to seek compensation, you need to prove negligence. To do this, you must establish a duty of care. Each property owner must adhere to a reasonable standard of caution to ensure the safety of visitors. Next, you need to show evidence that the property owner failed to do his or her duty.
This includes:
  • Pool injuries or drowning
  • Slip and fall cases
  • Amusement park injuries
  • Stadium injuries
  • Toxic fume or chemical inhalation
  • Fires
  • Flooding from broken pipes
  • Elevator and escalator injuries
  • Animal attacks
  • Snow and ice slip and fall cases

Sometimes, you may have the opportunity to target multiple parties for one injury. For example, if you were injured at a party, you may be able to seek compensation from both the host of the party and the venue.

Ask yourself:

  • Did the property owner fail to post necessary warning signs?
  • Did the building have inadequate security?
  • Was there inadequate maintenance on the premises?

Last, you need to establish a connection between the breach of duty and your specific injury. Your case may be invalid if witnesses, security footage, or evidence prove that you were reckless or negligent when the accident occurred. Also, if you were in an off-limits area, your case may not hold up.

Seek Justice with a Compassionate Minneapolis Premises Liability Attorney

If you were involved in an accident on someone else’s property—whether public or private—it is very important to hire an attorney. Crafting your case is an intricate process. We can brief you on the proper way to present your story. You may be going up against large corporations with an army of lawyers at their disposal. We do not recommend attempting a premises liability lawsuit without experienced representation.

At Metro Law Offices, it is our passion to provide personalized advocacy for accident victims. We want to do what we can to make your day-to-day easier. Our Minneapolis premises liability lawyer will come meet you at your home if that is most convenient. We also have two office spaces to choose from and we proudly serve the entire state of Minnesota, including Brooklyn Park and Plymouth.

Call us today at (763) 592-0200 for more information about how we can help.

Facts and Stats

Know Your Rights

If you are facing Personal Injury charges, it is crucial to have effective representation immediately. Not only during trial, but also during the pretrial phase as well. At Metro Law Offices, our Minneapolis Personal Injury defense lawyer will give your case our full time and attention, to ensure you are treated fairly under the Personal Injury justice system, and you have all the information necessary.

Even if you think the facts of the case aren’t in your favor, having the best possible Personal Injury representation can be the difference between jail time and probation, or having your record destroyed with an avoidable felony or misdemeanor conviction. The implications of any type of Personal Injury charge can affect multiple facets of your life. You likely have important concerns over issues ranging from how to confront the case against you to how to minimize the impact of a conviction.

FAQ About Personal Injuries

Any injury that happens on another person’s property may qualify as a premises liability injury.
This includes:
Slip and Fall?

A premises liability lawsuit holds a property owner responsible for any damages arising out of an injury on that person or entity’s property. In all states, owners that occupy a property must make a reasonable effort to maintain a safe environment for visitors to it.

Hurt on the property at a business?

Premises liability is a broad category of personal injury law which includes a variety of situations and claims. Premises liability occurs when a property owner, landlord, or manager is negligent and their wrongdoing leads to an injury or loss.

What is premises liability ?

Under premises liability law, accident victims can hold the owner or occupier of property liable for negligently causing or negligently failing to repair, correct or warn about these and other unsafe conditions which lead to personal injury or wrongful death.

What is the difference between premises liability and personal liability?

Premises liability claims address unsafe conditions on someone’s property, while personal liability refers to an individual’s own actions. For example, if you are injured in a slip and fall accident at a grocery store, your claim would be based on the store’s negligence in keeping their property safe.

Snowmobile crash, Boat Accident? Sleding or Skiing?

Hurt on a boat. Snowmobile?  Sledding or Skiing?  Call us for help!

Who may be liable for damages?

It may be one person, a company, or many players.  You need an experienced lawyer to sort it out.

What is an attractive nuisance?

Cars, old appliances, sand and gravel piles and anything else that could attract the curious also can be considered attractive nuisances. Keeping your property junk-free and in reasonable repair can mitigate some of these issues.

Hurt while hunting?

Premises liability cases are personal injury claims where the at-fault party is responsible for an accident and a plaintiff’s injuries. In premises liability cases, the negligent party can be the property owner, landowner, or property manager. Hidden dangers while hunting are right up our alley.

Who is responsible for the accident?

After an accident you need to decide who is responsible. The person who is at fault is the person who caused the accident. Sometimes more than one person is at fault.

Hurt while visiting a friend or relative?

You have the right to not get injured – call for a free consultation.

Did I cause my own injury?

Let us hear the facts and take a look – it doesn’t cost you anything and you may be surprised at the outcome!


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