Premises Liability Defense Attorneys
Premises & Habitational Liability
Premises and habitational liability defense is an essential part of Righi Fitch Law Group’s casualty insurance defense practice. Our attorneys have a distinguished history of protecting the interests of residential and commercial property owners, business owners, homeowners, and insurance carriers in premises liability claims and litigation. These cases can be notoriously complex due to contractual indemnity and additional insured obligations between owners and property managers and the contractors who perform on-site work. We have the resources and experience to develop innovative and practical strategies that preserve our clients’ best interests.
Our premises liability defense attorneys handle cases involving:
- Negligent security
- Property defects
- Slip and fall accidents
- Wrongful arrest and detention
- Weather-related damage
- Fires and explosions
- Elevator and escalator accidents
- Hazardous conditions on the premises
- Stair collapses and defects
- Swimming pool accidents
We’ve represented retail stores, condominiums, restaurant owners, contractors, shopping centers, residential property owners, commercial property owners, bar owners, homeowners, and their insurance carriers in premises and habitational liability matters
Innovative Defense Solutions for Premises Liability Cases
Insurance carriers, self-insureds, and third-party administrators rely on our premises liability defense lawyers for legal representation. Our attorneys and paraprofessionals carefully analyze every aspect of a claim to consider potential damages, exposure, and litigation costs. We work closely with our clients, educating and empowering them to make crucial strategic decisions, and apply our experience and resources to carry out our client’s goals. Our team provides solution-driven, cost-effective guidance in premises liability cases, utilizing the most appropriate forum for case resolution, including informal negotiation, mediation, arbitration or trial to pursue resolution for our clients in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Hawaii.
Contact Righi Fitch Law Group at (602) 483-6352 today.
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