Experienced Representation You Deserve After a Serious Injury

Accidents that occur on someone else's property - whether you slip and fall due to a hazardous condition such as a wet supermarket floor, or are hit by falling debris from a store shelf, or are harmed by another act of negligence - involve the area of law that is known as "premises liability." In Alaska, premises liability allows property owners to be held responsible for injuries that are suffered as the result of negligence, carelessness or misconduct on the part of the owners or their employees.

It is important to consult with an experienced lawyer if you have been injured on someone else's property due to the negligence of others. At the Law Offices of Howard J. Meyer, Jr., we represent the victims of dog bites, slip and fall, trip and fall and other premises liability cases throughout Alaska. With more than 25 years of trial experience, you can trust that your rights will be protected.

Proving Your Premises Liability Case in Alaska

When accidents and injuries occur in a public building, it is important to establish liability by looking for evidence that the owner of the building knew or should have known about the potential danger that unsafe conditions could cause to people who are legally on the premises.

We will thoroughly investigate your case and the nature of your injuries to give you honest advice about your chances of success in settlement or litigation. We represent people with premises liability cases that include:

  • Slip and fall accidents, including falls on slippery floors, icy sidewalks or parking lots
  • Trip and fall accidents on broken sidewalks, dangerous carpeting and merchandise or spills left in store aisles
  • Playground accidents resulting from unsafe conditions
  • Dog bites
  • Stairway accidents from missing hand rails or poor lighting
  • Falling debris, including boxes and materials in retail stores or buildings under construction
  • Inadequate security that results in violent attacks

There are strict statutes of limitations for filing premises liability claims in Alaska, so it is important to talk with someone in a timely manner about your injuries if you are involved in an accident on someone else's property.

Contact Our Premise Liability Lawyer

Don't delay the decision to contact us at the Law Offices of Howard J. Meyer, Jr. to speak with a lawyer about your accident on someone else's property. We offer a free initial consultation, so it costs you nothing to have your case evaluated. Call our office at (907) 276-5153 and make an appointment. We serve clients throughout Alaska, including Anchorage, Fairbanks, the Kenai Peninsula, Mat-Su Valley, and Southeast, along with Bush and other remote Alaska communities.


©2011 Howard Meyer Law