Were You Injured Because Of Dangerous Property Conditions?
There is no such thing as a “freak accident.” Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. Frequently, the cause of the accident can be traced to the negligence of the property owner. Perhaps a building structure was poorly maintained. Maybe heavy objects were not properly secured. Perhaps a display at a retail store was not carefully set up. Any number of dangerous conditions on private or public properties can lead to significant injuries or fatalities.
Lifting Your Burdens And Maximizing Your Recovery
Youngers Law provides caring and competent representation for injury victims and their families. She and her staff understand the confusion as well as the financial and emotional strains that follow in the wake of an unexpected fall or attack. Her goal is shouldering your legal burdens so that you can focus on recovery.
Backed by decades of experience, attorney Joleen K. Youngers invests personal attention into every case. You can turn to her for honest and straightforward guidance explained in easily understandable terms. She will carefully examine all aspects of your case to maximize your recovery.
Common Dangerous Conditions
Attorney Youngers and her staff handle premises liability cases stemming from any type of dangerous property condition, including:
- Inadequate security at hotels, nightclubs or other public places
- Deck collapses
- Wall or ceiling collapses
- Scaffolding collapses
- Trench collapses
- Falling objects
- Decrepit stairways or ramps
- Missing or improperly secured guardrails
- Slippery or uneven floors
- Obstructed walkways
These types of dangerous conditions – and others – can lead to serious injuries. Ms. Youngers handles not only injury cases, but also handles wrongful death cases for those who have lost loved ones in tragic accidents or incidents.
Contingent Fee Representation
Legal costs should not deter you from seeking representation. The firm takes personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis, which means that you will owe no attorney fees unless its lawyer obtains a recovery for you. The firm also advances costs, so you will pay nothing upfront.
Contact The Firm
If you are not sure whether you have a claim, Youngers Law can help. Call 505-933-8480 or 575-636-2057 to meet directly with her in a free consultation. You can also contact the firm online. It is open during standard weekday hours. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available by request. From its offices in Santa Fe and with staff in Las Cruces, the firm serves clients throughout New Mexico.