When you are seriously injured on someone else’s property, you may be wondering how to recover the compensation you will need to cover your costs and rebuild your life. Unfortunately, premises liability lawsuits can often be complex.
If you want to maximize the compensation you could be awarded, make sure you have an experienced Milton premises liability lawyer at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C. advocating for your rights. Our injury attorneys can provide more information about how the premises liability claims process works.
Accidents on someone else’s property can take virtually endless forms. With that being said, there are some types of premises liability accidents seen more frequently than others. These include:
These are just a few of the more common types of Milton premises liability accidents our firm has seen in Massachusetts civil courts. If you have been involved in another type of premises liability accident, you may still be entitled to financial compensation. Contact our Milton attorneys to find out what you could be awarded in your premises liability lawsuit.
When someone else’s negligence causes your premises liability accident, you have the right to recover total compensation for your damages. This means you should be repaid for each and every loss you suffered as a result of your premises liability injuries. To ensure that every loss is taken into consideration, your lawyer will categorize your losses as economic or non-economic under Massachusetts Ch 231 Section 60F.
Economic damages are financial in nature. They might include:
Non-economic damages do not have a monetary value. They encompass the ways your life has been affected by your injuries. Some of the more common types of non-economic damages you could collect in your premises liability claim include:
Your lawyer will need to go over these losses in great detail to ensure that they are quantified appropriately. You will want to be sure to see compensation for the ways your life may be impacted by the accident and your injuries in the future as well.
For example, if you suffered a serious back injury in a slip and fall accident, you may require ongoing medical treatment in the future. After going over your damages extensively, your attorney will have a better understanding of what your Milton premises liability lawsuit is worth.
Although your injuries may have had a devastating impact on your life, with help from a dedicated Milton premises liability lawyer at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C., you could hold the negligent property owner accountable and get the most out of your claim.
Our firm is proud to offer no-cost, risk-free consultations to injury victims and accident survivors across Milton and nearby cities. Take advantage of this opportunity when you contact our office.