Premises Liability

Tulsa, Oklahoma Premises Liability Attorneys with a National Practice Before State and Federal Courts

Our attorneys have years of experience defending and representing property owners against claims relating to personal injury and premises liability. We provide quality, aggressive, and diligent representation to individuals, commercial establishments and property owners involved in slip-and-fall accidents, dram shop liability, failure to warn claims and other premises liability claims. We conduct in-depth investigations and devote our talent and resources to evaluate potential liability, the extent of the injuries, and any damages which may be at issue in advising the best course of action to protect our clients’ interests. Our lawyers are dedicated to helping our clients obtain the best possible result whether through settlement negotiation, mediation, or trial.

Noteworthy Representations

  • Successfully obtained a defense verdict at trial for a convenience store client on a premises liability slip and fall claim.
  • Obtained summary judgment for a property owner against a premises liability claim based on the open and obvious danger doctrine.
  • Evaluated and successfully settled a slip and fall claim against a property owner for a negligible amount.
  • Investigated and advised a property owner as to a potential wrongful death claim when an individual died while performing work on the client’s property.
  • Advised client through premises liability case where a vendor’s employee tripped on curb at client’s facility while carrying a heavy load.  Ultimately obtained a successful settlement at mediation with plaintiff between client, vendor, and vendor’s workers’ compensation carrier.

For More Information About Our Premises Liability Law Practice

Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our premises liability attorneys practice in state and federal courts throughout much of the U.S. For additional information, we welcome you to contact Titus Hillis.

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