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Virginia Premises Liability Lawyer

Experienced and Aggressive Virginia Premises Liability Lawyer Seeking Just Compensation for Injured Persons In Virginia Beach, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, and Throughout VA

Virginia Premises Liability Lawyer

No one visits a property with the knowledge that they will suffer an injury while on the premises. You go to a supermarket with the goal of getting your shopping done and not with the goal of getting injured. However, accidents can happen at any time and to anyone. Accidents can be devastating. Victims suffer injuries that are not only painful but require expensive treatment. You may find that you have to spend time away from work in order to recover from your injuries. Some victims even suffer permanent disabilities that prevent them from being able to return to work and earn a living. When your accident is the result of the negligence of another party, a Virginia premises liability lawyer can help you recover compensation. 

Attorney Drew Page is a qualified and experienced premises liability lawyer. He will aggressively defend your rights to compensation and fight to recover full compensation for your injuries. You can rely on his skills and experience to get you the best outcome in your claim. 

Contact us today to learn about your legal rights and options. Learn what Attorney Drew Page can do to help you with your claim. 

Types of Cases That Virginia Premises Liability Lawyer, Drew Page can Help You With  

Attorney Drew Page has extensive experience representing injured persons in premises liability cases. He has successfully recovered compensation for victims in a wide range of cases. These include but are not limited to: 

  • Slip and fall accident
  • Negligent security 
  • Casino accidents 
  • Escalator accidents 
  • Hotel accidents 
  • Supermarket accidents 
  • Dog bite injuries
  • Elevator accidents 
  • Swimming pool accidents and much more. 

Attorney Drew Page also provides legal representation for families that have lost a loved one as a result of an accident that occurred on another person’s property. He will provide you with guidance and support when filing a wrongful death lawsuit. He will fight to recover full compensation and ensure those responsible for your loss are held to account. 

Contact Attorney Drew Page for a free case evaluation. 

Common reasons why premises liability accidents occur 

Property owners are required by law to provide a reasonably safe environment for visitors to their properties as well as occupants. Despite this, premises liability accidents are quite common. They occur as a result of a wide range of negligent behaviors of property owners and managers. These include but are not limited to: 

  • Leaving floors wet, slick, or slippery 
  • Failing to repair cracked, uneven, or broken floors or pathways 
  • Leaving obstruction or debris on the floors, sidewalks, or other pathways 
  • Failing to get rid of or repair torn carpets 
  • Leaving hazardous chemicals exposed
  • Not providing adequate lighting in dark parts of their buildings. 
  • Not checking to ensure that the people they hire as security or in other capacities within the property do not pose a threat to their tenants or visitors to the property. 
  • Not providing adequate signage to alert visitors and occupants of hazardous conditions.
  • Not providing adequate barriers such as fencing around hazardous conditions such as large holes in the ground or swimming pools. 

How to Establish Fault in a Premises Liability Case 

Proving fault is vital to show that you have a valid premises liability case.  To prove fault, you must demonstrate that: 

There was a duty of care 

You must show that the property owner had a duty of care towards you. Property owners generally have a duty of care to visitors to their property as well as their tenants. If you were injured while trespassing, you will not be able to recover compensation for your injuries. 

Breach of duty 

You also need to show that the property owner or manager breached their duty. This means showing that they were negligent in their actions or lack thereof. 


You will also need to prove that you suffered injuries and that the injuries were a result of the negligence or recklessness of the property owner.

Experienced Virginia premises liability lawyer, Drew Page will investigate your claim and uncover evidence to support it. He will build your case and defend it to recover compensation on your behalf. Attorney Page will settle for nothing less than what your case is worth. You can be sure you’re in good hands when you choose Attorney Drew Page to handle your premises liability case. 

Schedule a Free Strategy Session with an Experienced Virginia Premises Liability Lawyer to Discuss your Claim 

Have you been injured while on someone else’s property? You may be able to recover financial compensation for your injuries. Contact Attorney Drew Page and schedule a free strategy session with an experienced Virginia premises liability lawyer. 

Attorney Drew Page has years of experience representing injured parties in premises liability cases. You can rely on his knowledge and experience to provide you with guidance on your rights and options. You can determine the best approach for your case and how Attorney Drew Page can help you successfully recover compensation. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Premises Liability Claims in Virginia 

Can I claim injuries I sustained from a slip and fall accident even when there was a sign warning about a slippery surface?

Yes, you can claim if you did not see the warning sign. The property owner is not only required to put up warning signs on their property but also ensure that they are easily visible. If you did not see the sign and were injured as a result of the slippery surface, you can claim the injuries you have suffered from your accident.

What kind of compensation can I get for a premises liability claim?

With the help of a Virginia premises liability lawyer you can recover damages for:

— Past and future medical expenses
— Loss of income or wages
— Permanent disabilities that have resulted in a loss of quality of life
— Loss of future earning capacity
— Pain and suffering
— Disfigurement and scarring
— Psychological suffering

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