Real Estate and Business Disputes


Real Estate and Business Disputes 

By law, all property owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of anyone they invite onto their property. Walkways and stairs must be properly maintained and security measures must be taken to prevent exposure to potential danger and injury. Here are a few examples of premise liability:
  • Construction hazards
  • Hazardous material exposure
  • Physical assaults (due to inadequate security)
These cases often allow damages based on your pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages. At Johnson Eiesland Law Offices, P.C., we'll stand up to negligent landowners and fight to see that you get the compensation you deserve.
Lease agreement

Land Disputes

  • Leases
  • Property sale agreements
  • Deeds
  • Lease options
  • Verbal agreements

Business Disputes

  • Contract negotiations
  • Breach of sale
  • Breach of warranty
  • Review leases
  • Contracts
  • Sales agreements

Premises Liability

  • Construction site accidents
  • Industrial accidents

What We'll Need To Know:

  • When did it happen?
  • Where did it happen?
  • Does the person own the property or rent?
  • Has it ever happened before?
  • Is there a fence or barrier around the property?
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Call us right away if you were hurt on someone else's property.
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