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Premises Liability Lawyers in Columbia & Saluda

Holding Responsible Parties Accountable Legally & Financially

If you or someone you love has been injured on someone else’s property due to negligence, you deserve full and fair compensation. In the state of South Carolina, property owners have a certain responsibility to ensure their premises are safe for other people. Unfortunately, visitors, customers, and even friends are severely injured when property owners are negligent in their duties. Common injuries in these types of cases include broken bones, brain injuries, lacerated skin, and even death. You shouldn’t have to pay for these consequences on your own, especially considering they weren’t your fault to begin with.

About Premises Liability in South Carolina

If there was a dangerous condition on a person’s property that they reasonably should have known about and it injured you, you could potentially have a successful case on your hands. The defendant will inevitably try to shift blame onto you by claiming any number of defenses, including that you were on the property without permission, the dangerous condition was actually your fault, the injuries you suffered occurred at a different time, and more. Our attorneys have heard virtually all of them and we know how to effectively fight these weak defenses. You can count on us to help you get the compensation you need and deserve.

The most common ways that people get injured in premises liability cases include:

  • Negligent security – People can suffer injuries when a property owner’s security is negligent and fails to keep out a threat.
  • Slip and fall injuries – Many of our clients are injured when they are simply walking in a store and slip on a wet surface that should have been labeled or removed.
  • Construction site injuries – Construction sites are notoriously dangerous and many people – both construction workers and innocent passerby’s- are injured when a site fails to follow proper protocols.
  • Dog bites and animal attacks – Many people suffer dog bites and animal attacks when negligent property owners leave their gates open or their property unmanaged.


If you are looking to retain our legal services, we invite you to visit our West Columbia or Saluda office to discuss your case.

Call (803) 796-9160 or fill out our online contact form to take the first step.

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