Premises Liability

Owners and managers of property or business establishments owe a duty of care to anyone who is invited onto or could be present on their property. They have a responsibility to provide a safe environment to all visitors and patrons and must take all reasonable measures to prevent harm. When they fail to protect their visitors and injury results, victims may be able to file premises liability claims on such grounds as:

  • Slippery or oily floors
  • Unmaintained sidewalks
  • Potholes
  • Faulty pool fencing, gates, drains or locks
  • Falling objects
  • Broken smoke detectors
  • Security failures
  • Uneven walking surfaces
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Dog Bites
  • Falling Trees

Slip and falls or other accidents that occur can lead to serious types of injuries to the brain, spinal cord, and body, and property owners can be held liable for their failure to remedy the dangerous conditions. Strict liability also applies in some scenarios, meaning that even if the owner was unaware of the danger, they can still be held liable for any injuries that result from it, especially if the victim was a child.

A skilled attorney from our team can provide you or a loved one with aggressive legal representation if you have been injured on private, commercial, or public property.

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