Experienced Indianapolis Premises Liability Attorneys
If you were injured in a fall or other accident on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to financial compensation under Indiana’s law of premises liability. Under the law of premises liability, property owners have a legal obligation to identify and address hazardous conditions that have the potential to lead to accident-related injuries. This includes everything from trip hazards on construction sites to slippery sidewalks in front of stores and restaurants. At Caress Worland Law Group, our Indianapolis Premises Liability Attorneys have decades of experience helping individuals and families recover just compensation for serious and fatal injuries from premises related accidents. We handle cases against all residential, commercial, and industrial property owners, and we handle both work related and non-work related accidents. After any type of accident, it is important to conduct an investigation and collect key evidence as soon as possible. So, if you have been injured or lost a loved one, we encourage you to contact us promptly for a free initial consultation.
About Caress Worland Law Group

Caress Worland Law Group is an Indianapolis, IN, law firm that is dedicated to representing accident victims and their families. We handle cases involving severe personal injuries and wrongful death, and we have a long record of success in settlement negotiations and at trial. Led by founding attorney Tim Caress, our team provides aggressive and compassionate legal representation while attending to the unique aspects of each individual case. Our Indianapolis Premises Liability Lawyers provide honest, straightforward advice so that our clients can make informed decisions about settling their claims or taking property owners and insurance companies to court.

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Experienced Legal Representation for Premises Liability Claims in Indianapolis, IN

Regardless of how and where you were injured, if you are in pain and facing mounting expenses, you owe it to yourself to speak with an experienced attorney. Contact our trusted and skilled Indianapolis Premises Liability Lawyers today for a free initial consultation about your case involving:

  • Attractive nuisance (open access to a swimming pool or construction site)
  • Building or safety code violation
  • Elevator or escalator malfunction
  • Hidden dangers on private property
  • Inadequate ice or snow removal
  • Inadequate security
  • Negligent property maintenance
  • Premises in disrepair
  • Unprotected slip hazards (such as spills or recently-cleaned floors)
  • Unsafe construction
Premises Liability FAQs: Answers from Indianapolis, IN Injury Lawyer Tim Caress
In most cases, inadequate security claims involve situations where someone becomes the victim of a crime on a business’ premises. If the business owner has knowledge of prior criminal activity, yet fails to take appropriate measures to protect customers or guests, then anyone who is injured in a theft, physical or sexual assault, or other criminal act can seek financial compensation from the business.
Maintenance issues range from failing to replace worn or damaged flooring materials to failing to inspect elevators and escalators on a routine basis. If you slipped or tripped in a store, office building, airport, recreational facility, entertainment venue, hospital, private residence, or any other third-party premises, we encourage you to contact our Indianapolis Premises Liability Law Firm about filing a claim for financial compensation.

If you fell at work, you may be limited to filing for workers’ compensation, but you may also be entitled to full financial compensation from the owner of the building or job site where you were injured. If you fell due to a dangerous property condition, the property owner, a property management company, and various other third parties could all potentially be liable for your injuries.

If you have recently sustained injuries in a fall on someone else’s property, you need to make smart decisions in order to protect your claim for financial compensation. To protect your legal rights, you should:

  • See a doctor promptly (and follow your doctor’s advice)
  • Take photos of your injuries and any damage to your clothes or personal items
  • Keep any clothes or personal items that were damaged in the fall
  • Write down as many details as you can remember about the accident
  • Schedule a free consultation with our experienced Indianapolis Premises Liability Attorneys
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
For more information about your rights after a premises-related accident in Indianapolis, please contact our Indianapolis Premises Liability Attorneys to schedule a free initial consultation. It costs you nothing to learn about your rights, and you will not be required to pay anything unless we win your case. To schedule an appointment with a premises liability attorney at Caress Worland Law Group, call (317) 255-5400 or get in touch online now.