Practice Area

Premises Liability

From the everyday to the catastrophic, we protect your business when accidents happen.

Incidents can arise even with the most stringent safety protocols in place. Whether there has been a routine slip-and-fall or a catastrophic event, we know how to protect our clients. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling premises liability cases in North Carolina’s federal and state courts, at both the trial and appellate levels. We have served as legal counsel and advisor to companies in the areas of slips-and-falls, falling merchandise, swimming pool accidents, property or building defects, and security issues arising out of criminal assaults.

With decades of experience, we have built strong relationships with local experts and other litigation support services. Our attorneys recognize the value of a prompt and thorough investigation immediately following an incident, and we welcome the opportunity to organize or participate in the client’s investigation team.

We also recognize that the litigation arena may not be the best venue for a particular dispute. Our attorneys are also well-versed in utilizing alternative dispute methods, including arbitration and mediation, when those solutions are in the client’s best interest.

Having good counsel is the best protection when accidents happen. Our attorneys have the skill, experience, and expertise to solve the problems that arise on our clients’ premises.

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than 150 member firms across the country and around the world, allowing us to
address our clients’ needs wherever they may occur.

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