Our experienced South Carolina lawyer discusses what happens when the defendant claims the had no prior knowledge of a hazard in a premises liability case.
Could I still recover damages if the defendant claims they were not aware of the hazard?
Recently, someone in South Carolina called my office and notified us that they had been injured in a store in a shopping mall in South Carolina. They told us that the store manager was saying their store was not liable for this unsafe condition because they didn’t have any notice. In other words, they didn’t know about it, so they couldn’t fix it. We know that this store manager was being disingenuous, which is a fancy word describing being fake. The realty is all store managers know that a store has a duty to conduct periodic inspections for trip hazards when they are inviting the public to come to their store and spend their money.
Any store manager that is saying things like this is a store manager that is attempting to squirm out of responsibility for the injury to you in this case. When you encounter a store manager, that’s a big sign that you need to contact an attorney who’s experienced in premises liability. That way you can get the kind of advice you need to make certain this store manager doesn’t pull the wool over everybody’s eyes with their fake explanation and their excuse that they couldn’t know about the trip hazard that injured you. Give us a call right away because evidence can disappear, and we need to make certain that it doesn’t. You’re dealing with a store manager that’s being fake. You’re going to need help. Give us a call. We’ll give you the help you need.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured on another person’s property in South Carolina and have questions about no prior knowledge of a hazard? Contact experienced South Carolina premises liability lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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