What do I do if I’m Injured While Trick-or-Treating in Maryland?

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What do I do if I’m Injured While Trick-or-Treating in Maryland?

Halloween is one holiday that gathers people outside rather than inside. It is because of this that it is more important than ever for property owners to make sure their grounds are safe. This is because a hazardous property can cause dangerous accidents to occur, resulting in serious injuries to trick-or-treaters. In the event of this, injured parties can pursue legal action against a negligent property owner. Continue reading below to learn more and contact an experienced Maryland personal injury attorney for help with your case.

How Can Property Owners Keep Their Grounds Safe?

All property owners in Maryland are required by law to take care of their grounds so that people who come on and off it cannot be harmed as a result of negligence. It is because of this that property owners should always maintain it, especially during Halloween. This is possible by addressing and fixing any potential hazards or dangers in addition to having proper lighting so trick-or-treaters can see what is around them. Failing to do so can cause accidents that could have otherwise been avoided if the grounds were taken care of. 

Can I Sue a Homeowner for Injuries?

When a property owner’s negligence causes an accident, injured parties should retain the services of an attorney who can assist them. This is because, to have a successful lawsuit, injured parties are required to prove negligence took place. This can be done by gathering evidence such as pictures of the hazard, medical documentation of the injuries, police reports, witness statements, and more.

What is the Statute of Limitations in Maryland?

After an accident happens, it is important for injured parties to not wait too long to pursue legal action. This is because there is a deadline on how long they have to file a personal injury claim, otherwise they can lose their chance to do so and recover compensation. In the state of Maryland, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is three years.

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If you have been injured as a result of a personal injury accident and wish to speak with an attorney, contact Ruben Law Firm today.

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