Defective Building Conditions in Oklahoma
Oklahoma Premises Liability Lawyers
Building owners and managers have a legal responsibility to maintain a safe environment for tenants and guests. When the proper precautions are not taken or they fail to install appropriate safety features, the health and well-being of everyone on the property is threatened. The Oklahoma premises liability attorneys at Martin Jean & Jackson help clients who have sustained injuries, due to dangerous building conditions.
What Is a Hazardous Structure?
A wide variety of factors can result in dangerous building conditions. Failure to maintain the property or address problems can put visitors and tenants at greater risk of a fall, electrocution, tripping, falling victim to a criminal act, or a debilitating injury or illness. When injuries occur, victims may be able to recover compensation from the negligent property owner.
Our attorneys represent clients who have been injured as a result of:
- Broken handrails
- Faulty electrical wiring
- Insufficient lighting
- Toxic materials
- Inadequate security
- Loose flooring
Our Lawyers Represent Victims of Dangerous Buildings
The Oklahoma premises liability lawyers at Martin Jean & Jackson take property management negligence extremely seriously. Prompt action is required for defective building conditions claims and we act quickly to optimize results for our clients. We begin by examining all the variables that led to your accident, gather documentation, witness statements, and other evidence to demonstrate liability.
We have extensive experience and success resolving conflicts outside the courtroom in settlement negotiations. In addition, our aggressive litigators refuse to back down to large property management companies and their insurance companies, and stand ready for trial, when necessary.
Our lawyers ease the legal process and work to secure compensation for your physical and financial complications. Contact our law firm at Oklahoma City at (405) 221-9699, Tulsa at (918) 623-4119, Stillwater at (405) 384-7887, or Ponca City at (580) 290-1006.