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Premises Liability Lawyer in Anchorage

Property owners - landlords, homeowners, store owners, and municipalities - have a legal obligation to keep their premises safe for those people using their facilities and premises. They must use reasonable care under the circumstances. Lack of maintenance, unsafe building design, violations of the building code, and failure to shovel and treat ice and snow may give rise to a claim. If you were seriously injured because of negligence, I can help you pursue a claim for damages under premises liability law.

Greg brings over 30 years of experience in personal injury litigation. Learn more about how our experience can benefit you and call 907-277-0077 or contact us for a free initial consultation with an experienced Anchorage premises liability lawyer.

Anchorage Attorney with Demonstrated Results in Premises Liability

One lawyer has called me the "King" of slip and fall cases in Alaska. That is because I consistently have good results in the premises liability cases I take - even when most lawyers do not. Not all of these cases should be brought. But, almost all of the cases I take result in a recovery.

The majority of lawyers won't take slip and fall cases - you need good facts, serious injuries and the willingness to go all the way to trial. I have tried and won such cases before a jury, and secured substantial settlements in others. In one case I obtained $900,000 verdict for an oil platform worker who slipped and fell in an oil leak.

A good premises liability case is one in which the owner or employees knew of a danger but ignored it, or skipped basic safety measures:

  • Snow and ice accumulation: A property owner decided not to plow built-up ice and snow; my client was injured trying to get out of her vehicle
  • Slippery floors: Liquid and oil spills, mopped or waxed floors without warning signs
  • Negligent maintenance: A hotel employee suffered a back injury when a maintenance worker left a trap door open
  • Dangerous construction: Do-it-yourself stairs, decks, handrails and repairs that violate building codes; I represented a little girl who suffered brain damage when the protective support railings were temporarily removed
  • Inadequate security: An assault, robbery or rape in an apartment building or parking lot enabled by broken locks, poor lighting, or lack of patrols or cameras, particularly in a high-crime area can result in a claim

Contact an Anchorage Premises Liability Lawyer

Time is important in premises liability cases. We respond quickly to document the evidence and interview witnesses. Call me toll-free at 1-800-490-3946 to arrange a free initial consultation, including after-hours appointments.

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