Tulsa Premises Liability Attorneys A property owner has a responsibility to guests or neighbors to keep their property safe. Premises liability refers to a lawsuit against a property owner for injuries sustained on that person's property due to the property owner's negligence or intentional conduct. Premises liability includes such accidents as slipping on a substance on the floor that should have been cleaned up (slip-and-fall), tripping over an object in the walkway (trip-and-fall), dog bites or attacks by other dangerous animals, chemical exposure, poisoning, asphyxiation, equipment failure, inadequate security resulting in assault, construction accidents, and oilfield accidents. Injuries by certain equipment on property, such as on a construction site or at a business, are the most common source of our premises liability cases. This can include both workers and visitors who are injured in warehouses, construction sites, or oilfields by forklifts, cranes or other heavy equipment. Joseph J. Reinke and Bob Burke, Oklahoma City and Tulsa premises liability attorneys, have helped many individuals injured on the property of others to recover money damages for their injuries. As with all personal injury cases, our attorneys do not receive any fee unless they recover money for you. Our lawyers offer a free initial consultation for all potential premises liability clients. If you have any questions, or to speak with an attorney regarding your premises liability case, please do not hesitate to call Joseph J. Reinke and Bob Burke's Oklahoma City office at 405/842-4335. If you prefer, you may fill out the form on the "Your Case Details" page of this website and a representative from our office will be in contact with you as soon as possible.