Premises Liability

If you have been injured as the result of a fall, the attorneys at the law firm of Wampler & Souder, LLC, are ready, willing, and experienced in obtaining the most favorable outcome possible for you. We will fight for your rights throughout this very difficult personal injury ordeal.

There are many reasons why you may be injured. Did you fall on ice? Was the sidewalk constructed incorrectly? Did you trip over faulty carpet? These are just some of the reasons people fall and are injured. Many times, the cause for the fall was the fault of the property owner. These cases can be extremely difficult to prevail in, but our lawyers can give you a good idea about your chance for success.

Time Is Of The Essence In Premises Liability Cases

If you have been injured as a result of a fall, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced attorney right away. Immediately after your injury, decisions that you make can greatly affect the outcome and value of your personal injury matter.

Evidence from the place of the injury needs to be preserved and documented. Also, the insurance adjuster often will want to take your recorded statement. This may seem normal and acceptable to you, but you should consult with a lawyer before giving a statement. The insurance adjuster's job is to protect the insurance company, not to help you.

The lawyers at Wampler & Souder, LLC, can also help you receive the proper medical treatment you need to obtain maximum medical improvement. We have developed relationships with medical professionals who have the same goal as we do: to help you become as healthy as possible after your accident.

If you do not have health insurance, many times we can assist our clients in obtaining medical treatment that is paid for from the proceeds of your settlement. You should not have to worry about obtaining medical care; you should be able to focus on getting better.

Most people do not know that if they are injured and receive a personal injury settlement, they may have to payback their health insurance company for any medical expenses they incurred. This is called a medical lien. Also, Medicare can and will assert a lien on any recovery. The lawyers at Wampler & Souder, LLC, are experienced in getting the medical providers to reduce the amount they claim they are owed.

Schedule A Consultation With Us Today

Our attorneys are eager to discuss your situation with you and determine how we can help. Call us to set up an initial consultation  at 301-732-7675 today, or you can email us your contact information online. Remember, we collect no fees unless you are compensated.