Taking Action Against Landlords For Accidents On Rental Properties
A large portion of the millions of people who come to the Myrtle Beach area every year for vacations, parties and conferences stay in rental properties instead of hotels. When you enter one of these properties, you expect that the owner has taken every precaution to keep you safe.
When accidents do occur on these rental properties, and you or a loved one is seriously hurt, you need to know where to turn for help. At The Law Offices of L. Morgan Martin, we represent people who live in South Carolina and those who are visiting the state and region for recreation.
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If someone rents their property to you — an apartment, condo, duplex or house — they need to take reasonable actions to address obvious hazards that could cause you harm. Some accidents on rental properties that could happen due to a property owner’s negligence include:
- Faulty or non-working locks that led to a break-in
- Burn injuries due to not providing a fire extinguisher
- Drowning due to not addressing any safety hazards at a swimming pool on the property
- Falls down stairs due to broken railings or uneven steps
- Gas leaks that caused a fire or explosion
- Not properly storing boxes or other large items that could fall on guests
Whether the property owner personally manages the premises or they hire a management company, we know how to pursue the compensation that you deserve from the responsible parties. We have more than 30 years of litigation experience and millions of dollars recovered for clients that add to our sterling reputation in the area.
Talk To An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Today
Successfully recovering the compensation that you deserve for your serious injuries usually depends on the quality of your representation. We are lawyers who will not settle too early if the insurance companies are trying to take advantage of you. We will fight for you. To learn more, contact The Law Offices of L. Morgan Martin in Conway by calling 800-506-0311 or 843-484-0993, or you can fill out our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.