Minnesota Homeowner Liability Attorney

If you have been involved in a serious accident or have sustained a serious injury that took place on another person’s property, you may have a homeowner liability case on your hands. Some types of homeowner or property liability cases include dog bites, balcony collapses, burn or electrical injuries and pool drowning and injuries.

How Does Homeowner Liability Insurance Work?

If you own a home, you are required to purchase liability insurance as part of your homeowners’ insurance policy. If you rent a home, you can choose to take out renter’s insurance, however your landlord or owner of your rental property will have it.

Unfortunately homeowner liability is not clear cut. When you take out homeowners’ insurance, you may only be getting the absolute minimum coverage and the insurance company might deny your first claim.

An accident that occurs in someone else’s home can be emotionally and physically difficult to deal with because you may be afraid to ask them for compensation, however you have the right to seek compensation to recover damages and this is where homeowner’s liability case can help you claim for your lost wages, medical treatments, possible surgery, and more.

Getting Help With Your Homeowner Liability Case

Tarshish Cody, PLC law firm is committed to help you work through the legal issues of your homeowner liability case and claim the compensation you deserve so you can focus on recovery. Our attorneys have the experience and expertise necessary and we pride ourselves on putting our clients first every single time. We welcome your call to discuss any questions or work through your legal issues. Call us today at 952-361-5556 or fill out our homeowner liability Case Evaluation Form.


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