Myers & Ball LLP
Serving In Cocke County And Throughout Eastern Tennessee

Owners Are Obliged To Maintain Safe Premises

Real estate owners have an obligation to keep their properties safe. If they are negligent or careless in their upkeep and someone is injured as a result, then the owner is legally liable. Unfortunately, poorly maintained properties lead to thousands of injuries each year, stemming from a range of scenarios, including:

  • Dog bites
  • Leaks and flooding
  • Toxic spills
  • Fires
  • Work site accidents
  • Chemical fumes
  • Slip-and-falls
  • Inadequate security
  • Elevator and escalator malfunction
  • Poorly marked dangers

Whether the property is owned by an individual, a corporation or a government entity doesn't matter. Injured individuals still may be eligible to file a personal injury claim. In Tennessee, with its opportunities for hiking, rafting and mountain biking, tourists find themselves especially at risk.

We can help. The lawyers at Myers & Ball, LLP, have assisted individuals in Newport and throughout Cocke County for decades in their efforts to maximize compensation after an injury. In this time, we have developed a reputation for success.

Dangerous Products

Our firm also offers experienced guidance to individuals who have suffered injury from a dangerous or malfunctioning product. These days, all types of consumer goods can — and frequently do — lead to injury or illness. Cellphones, air bags, laundry detergents, contaminated food, children's action figures, car seats — at times, it seems as if nothing is without risk.

If you have been hurt because of a defective product, we can help identify the responsible party and pursue compensation. We understand that recovery is an expensive process and will work hard to get you the funds you need to cover your medical bills and the time you spend away from work.

We Will Assess Your Case For Free

To learn more about how our attorneys can help, reach out to us. We offer free consultations so we can inform you of your options before you're obliged to pay. As your case moves forward, we will work on a contingency basis — that is, we don't collect payment unless you do.

To begin pursuing compensation, call us today at 423-415-1868 or schedule your appointment online.

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