If you are injured on another person's property as a result of a dangerous condition existing on those premises, the property owner, landlord, and/or property management company may be obligated to pay for your injuries and damages under Colorado law. Under Colorado law, your eligibility to receive compensation for your injuries depends on a number of factors, including, but not limited to: whether you were authorized to be on those premises at the time of the injury, whether you were at fault in any way, whether or not the person or company responsible for the property knew about the dangerous condition, and if they attempted to correct it, protect against it, or warn people of it prior to your injury. Early investigation of these claims is important in order to obtain photographs, witness statements, or other proof of the dangerous condition that existed at the time of your injury.
If you have been injured on someone else's property, it is important to do the following:
- Take photographs of your injuries and the location of the injury
- Report the injury to the building or property manager
- Seek medical attention
At The Law Firm of William Babich, LLC, experienced attorneys will begin investigating your premises liability or slip and fall claim immediately in order to determine whether or not you are eligible to receive compensation for your injuries. Call us for a free consultation today.