Handling Slip-And-Fall Cases Across The Western Slope

Injuries occurring on others' properties can cause a number of stressful consequences.

If you were injured in a grocery store or other corporate establishment, the property owner is probably well-funded, heavily insured and prepared to defend a claim. But when the property is owned by a friend or family member, there could be strong feelings of guilt or challenging family dynamics at play.

Effectively Protecting Your Rights

However, working with the right legal team can help you obtain the compensation you deserve for the injuries you have suffered. Our attorneys represent clients in premises liability claims in Aspen, Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs and the surrounding areas of western Colorado and eastern Utah.

At Doehling Law, we are strong enough to go against any major insurance company. We also understand family dynamics involved in some cases. Homeowners have insurance to cover injuries on properties, so bringing a premises liability claim against a family member or friend does not need to be personally directed against a loved one. We can effectively navigate this process to avoid what can otherwise be an extremely painful process.

Our skilled lawyers represent clients who have been hurt in accidents resulting from property owner negligence — both residential and commercial. Cases we handle include:

  • Slip and falls: The most common type of premises liability claim, slip or trip and falls usually occur in grocery stores, restaurants and other facilities when spilled liquids, foods or other items cause customers to slip and fall.
  • Negligent maintenance: We represent clients who have been hurt by negligent maintenance of staircases, railings, elevators, structural components, roofs, trees, landscaping and other aspects of properties.
  • Negligent security: Property owners are responsible for maintaining safe and secure premises. We represent customers and other visitors who have been injured in robberies, burglaries and other crimes because of a facility's lack of adequate security.

Do not delay to speak with an attorney after you have suffered an injury on someone else's property.

Make A Call Today

Call Doehling Law at 970-628-3907, or contact us by email today to schedule an appointment with an attorney from our firm at our Grand Junction or Aspen office. The sooner we get on the case, the more we can do to help you.