The conference is geared toward providing the most up-to-date information on slip & fall and premises liability cases. The Colorado Bar Association (http://www.cobar.org/
Mr. Hemmat will be speaking from a plaintiff’s perspective on litigating and briefing premises liability cases. Under Colorado’s Premises Liability Act, a plaintiff can only recover for injuries sustained on another person’s premises under certain conditions defined under Colorado law. Mr. Hemmat will give the plaintiff’s perspective on the most effective techniques in litigating these cases based on recent changes in the law.
Landowners have differing duties of care depending on whether the injured party was a trespasser, licensee or invitee. Colorado Premises Liability Statute § 13-21-115 differentiates between these three parties, and allots for the damages that they can recover. For example, a trespasser may only recover damages for injuries that were willfully or deliberately inflicted by the landowner.
Attorney Chad Hemmat has dedicated 100 percent of his practice to litigation because he believes that a client without strong and aggressive representation will not likely have a fair chance to get the compensation they deserve in the event of an accident. Mr. Hemmat is admitted to the Colorado Bar, the U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit and the U.S. District Court District of Colorado.
Anderson Hemmat McQuinn L.L.C. is one of the premier injury firms in the state of Colorado. The team is made up of attorneys included in the list of Super Lawyers® and AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell. To learn more about Mr. Hemmat and the firm, please visit the firm’s website at http://www.andersonhemmat.com or call today.