Professional Phoenix Attorneys Hold Responsible Parties Accountable for Golf Course Injuries
Knowledgeable Arizona premises liability lawyers fight for your interests
Arizona has some of the best golfing in the world, and when you’re out on the links, your safety shouldn’t be in question. No one wants to get injured on the golf course, but unfortunately, tragedies happen. If you have suffered an injury while golfing, it’s within your rights to know who is responsible, and what kind of compensation you fairly deserve for your losses. There can be many causes of a golf course injury, the severity of which can vary. When you are injured on someone else’s property—especially if negligence of the grounds was a factor in your injury—you may have legal recourse under premises liability law. You’ll want to hire an honest Phoenix golf course injury lawyer to help you with your case.
At Plattner Verderame, P.C., we are knowledgeable and experienced about premises liability claims for golfers, and you can receive help determining who is at fault if you’ve fallen, broken a bone, or been otherwise injured on a golf course. Our experience has taught us that there are many factors to be investigated in these cases, and the complex nature of premises liability and personal injury law means you will want the best and most approachable attorneys. Trusted by our clients, fellow attorneys, and the legal community, our firm of Phoenix golf course injury lawyers can be a resource for you, too.
Golf courses in the Phoenix area
Phoenix has a LOT of golf courses. The laws and statutes of limitations will be different if you sustain an injury on a municipal course, because it is more challenging to sue a government entity than it is to bring a claim against a private property owner, so you’ll want to call us quickly if you were hurt while playing Aguila, Cave Creek, Villa de Paz, Encanto, GCU, Palo Verde or Papago.
Our attorneys also handle claims on behalf of players injured while playing popular courses in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson and Flagstaff, including:
- TPC Scottsdale
- Tatum Ranch
- Moon Valley
- Arizona County Club
- Phoenix County Club
- Paradise Peak West
- Gold Canyon
- Southern Dunes
- Arizona Grand
- Paradise Valley
- Arizona National
- Quarry Pines
- Starr Pass
- Tucson National
- Ventana Canyon
- La Paloma
- Pine Canyon
- Forest Highlands
Causes of golf course accidents
If you’ve been injured on the golf course, you know that they can unwittingly be dangerous places. Our firm assists honest clients in obtaining fair compensation for a number of golf course injuries. Our dependable Phoenix personal injury attorneys are happy to help if you’ve been injured.
Some of the causes of golf course accidents are:
- Errant golf balls. An errant golf ball injury could be painful and debilitating in some cases. Much of the time, this is the fault of the golfer who hit the ball, but you do have an expectation of safety on the golf course, and it’s worth it to check into with your attorney.
- Faulty equipment. It’s not all grass and sand traps out there, and there are many opportunities for golf course equipment to malfunction or break and hurt you or a loved one. The property owner has a responsibility to protect you from harm.
- Poor signage. If there’s a dangerous drop off or land area that isn’t demarcated properly, that’s a problem; same goes with quicksand and water traps. If you were injured because you weren’t warned, you may have a premises liability case.
Our lawyers can help after a golf course injury occurs
At Plattner Verderame, our attorneys have the courtroom litigation skills, relationships, and education to be a conscientious advocate in your Phoenix golf course personal injury case. In order to determine responsibility, we conduct a thorough investigation of the incident and whatever evidence or documentation you have. We will not charge you a dime unless you win your case. Golf course maintenance negligence can be the cause of unfortunate personal injuries, such as slips and falls, broken bones, or concussions. Our dependable Phoenix golf course injury attorneys know the difference between negligence and appropriate conditions.
We are knowledgeable attorneys who know how to look for and ascertain the evidence to prove that you have a premises liability case. It’s important that you don’t delay in calling a lawyer if you want to be represented, as premises conditions can change and evidence can be hard to obtain after some time has passed.
Types of Cases We Handle
Our attorneys handle a variety of cases, including:
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Fall
- Gun-Related Injuries / Gun Laws
- Negligent Security
- Dog Bites
- Swimming Pool
- Resort and Tourist Injuries
- Hot Air Balloon Injuries
- Skydiving Injuries
- Golf Course Worker Injuries
- Civilian Contractor Injuries
Complimentary and confidential legal consultations for Phoenix golf course injury victims
Frank Verderame and Richard Plattner began their firm in 1991 with the intention to create a professional litigation environment for honest clients and passionate lawyers. We only take golf course injury cases as contingency-fee cases. You won’t owe us a dime for your representation unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. You will not pay us unless you win. Call Plattner Verderame, P.C. at 602-266-2002, or contact us online today to learn what our team of Arizona Bar Board Certified Specialists in personal injury and wrongful death litigation can do to help you in your golf course injury case.