Columbia Negligent Security, Swimming Pool Accident and Slip-and-Fall Lawyers
At the South Carolina law firm of Furr & Henshaw, our premises liability attorneys are dedicated to holding the owners of hotels, restaurants, grocery stores and other properties accountable for failing to take reasonable steps to protect their guests from harm.
If you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one in an accident that occurred on someone else's property, our experienced personal injury trial lawyers will help you pursue the maximum compensation you are entitled to under South Carolina premises liability law.
Helping Accident Victims Get the Results They Deserve
For more than 40 years, our firm has made a difference in the lives of injured people and their families. We are dedicated to using our experience, skill and resources to seek maximum compensation for the victims of property-related negligence, including the following:
- Negligent security: If you have been injured in an assault, robbery or other attack on someone else's premises, you may have a claim against the property owner, especially if he or she failed to take basic measures like installing reliable locks on motel room doors.
- Swimming pool accidents: When property owners allow other people — especially children — to use their swimming pools, they must take reasonable safety measures. This applies to hotels, motels and recreational facilities as well as private homeowners.
- Golf course accidents: In certain situations, golf courses may have a responsibility to warn players against dangerous weather conditions such as heavy storms and lightning.
- Slip-and-fall accidents: If you have broken a hip or suffered another serious injury after slipping and falling on someone else's property, you may have a premises liability claim.
To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation about your premises liability claim, contact us today. We have two fully staffed offices in Myrtle Beach and Columbia, and you will not pay us any attorneys fees unless we recover compensation in your case.