Salley, Hite, Mercer & Resor routinely defends property owners in premises liability litigation throughout Louisiana. The Firm has significant experience applying the facts of premises liability claims to the requirements of Louisiana Revised Statute 9:2800.6 and Article 2317.1 of Louisiana’s Civil Code. Those statutory and codal requirements can make what might appear to be a clear cut premises liability claim not only defensible but, in some cases, subject to dismissal by summary judgment. The Firm’s attorneys have successfully obtained dismissal of premises liability cases by summary proceeding when the burden of proof has not been met and have also defeated premises liability claims at trial. The Firm's clients include owners and operators of retail establishments, restaurants, medical facilities, hotels, banks and numerous other commercial establishments. The Firm has developed relationships with the appropriate experts which, coupled with the years of experience of its attorneys, allows Salley, Hite, Mercer & Resor to defend all premises liability claims in an efficient and pro-active manner.