Injury Lawyers Birmingham AL | Accident Attorneys: Manley Traeger



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    Defective Property Claims

    Traffic congestions are a way of life in and around the city of Alabama. Though Alabama doesn’t have an increased population as Georgia, Florida, or Tennessee, there’s still a fair share of congested roads. Apart from traffic jams, a few more things that irritate drivers are instances wherein a tractor-trailer mistakenly enters a parkway or rams into a bridge. Such blunders could be easily prevented if a trucker drove on interstates and highways where bridge clearances are higher. Yet, hundreds of such accidents occur throughout the city.

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    Collective Whys And Wherefores For Premises Accidents

    Dangerous property conditions could arise and escalate due to multiple reasons. They comprise spills on a floor or a slippery floor; hazardously stocked goods and merchandize; poorly maintained or loosened tiles on floors, walls, or ceilings; defective, uneven, or missing steps on a staircase; inadequate, missing, or broken handrails; poorly maintained doors or windows; uneven or broken sidewalks; obstructions and debris in stairs, sidewalks, aisles, and passageways; and inadequate lighting on stairs, entry points, or exits. Irrespective of the cause of your injury, a qualified premise liability attorney in Birmingham can help you recover a fair amount of compensation from the negligent party.

    Fatal injuries stemming from defective or faulty property conditions can be catastrophic. The Birmingham premise liability lawyers at the Law Offices of Manley Traeger are skilled in seeking compensation for adults, children, workers, visitors, and others who visit a property legally. Physical harm stemming from defective property conditions comprise electric shocks due to unattended live wires, can lead to fractures and burns, head injuries, internal hemorrhage, and spinal cord injuries. If you have been agonized by injuries arising on account of defective property conditions, you have the right to seek a commensurate compensation. Pursuing a legal entitlement can help you recover the amount spent on medical treatment, rehabilitation, and other expenses related to your injury.

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