If you have specific questions about your rights after reviewing these facts about premises liability lawsuits, contact the Cederberg Law Firm.

If you have specific questions about your rights after reviewing these facts about premises liability lawsuits, contact the Cederberg Law Firm.

Continuing from 6 Things to Know about Premises Liability Lawsuits (Pt. 1)¸ here is a discussion of two more essential facts to be aware of when you are considering filing a premises liability lawsuit.

3. There is a two-year statute of limitations for filing premises liability lawsuits – As with other types of personal injury cases litigated in Colorado, premises liability lawsuits must be filed within two years of the date of the accident in order for the injured person to legally be entitled to compensation for his injuries and losses. If the injured person misses this two-year window and tries to file a case after the statute of limitations has expired, his case will likely be thrown out of court, and he will lose his opportunity to seek compensation.

It’s important to point out here, however, that the clock for the two-year statute of limitations may start either on the date that the accident happened or the date on which the injured person first became aware of his injuries (through, for example, an official diagnosis from a medical professional).

4. Surveillance footage and property maintenance records can be crucial evidence in these cases – In many cases, proving that the conditions at a specific property were unsafe and that these conditions directly contributed to the plaintiff’s injuries will rely on evidence like surveillance camera footage and property maintenance records. Such evidence can critical to highlighting that certain areas of the property were dangerous, that they were not blocked off and/or that there were no warnings signs to alert visitors of the potential dangers.

Stay posted for the final part of this blog for some concluding information regarding premises liability lawsuits.

Boulder Premises Liability Lawyers at the Cederberg Law Firm: Advocates for the Injured

Have you been injured due to the dangerous conditions at someone’s property? If so, contact the Boulder premises liability lawyers at the Cederberg Law Firm by calling us at 303-499-0449 or by emailing us using the form at the side of the screen. We are ready to fight for your rights to compensation and justice.

For more than 35 years, our esteemed legal professionals have been successful at securing results and compensation for people who have been seriously injured in accidents at dangerous properties, as well as in various types of accidents caused by other people’s negligence. Having handled countless cases, our attorneys have a deep understanding of the law, as well as the legal experience you need, and we can fiercely defend your rights in any legal setting. In fact, while we are aggressive litigators in court, we are also skilled negotiators outside of court. This makes our trusted lawyers a formidable force that will not back down until you secure the maximum possible compensation for your injuries, expenses and losses.

In addition to offering free initial consults and contingency fee options, our lawyers make hospital visits to ensure that you have access to the legal support you need – whenever you need it.