Premises liability law is a subset of personal injury law that deals with injuries or deaths that take place on the land of another. This is the area of law that covers slip and fall accidents, dog bites, and other accidents that happen on property that is not owned by the injured party.
The value of a premises liability case is determined by the type of injury, the severity of the injury, and the extent of medical treatment required to fix it. The most common types of injuries sustained from a premises liability case are sprains and strains, fractures, head injuries, and concussions. Needless to say, the overwhelming number of factors makes it difficult to pin a specific number to your case. Speak with an experienced premises liability lawyer to get a better idea of what your case is worth and what can be done about it.