Premises Liability Cases

Property owners have a legal responsibility for the safety of others. When a person is injured because of neglected maintenance or a hazardous condition, the owner can be held liable for damages. These Premises Liability Cases can be complex. But an experienced attorney can help.

What are Premises Liability Cases?

-Wet / slick floors (spills, squished produce, waxing, melted snow) -Bad lighting -Broken handrails or guardrails -Torn carpet and other tripping hazards -Falling or protruding objects -Holes or uneven pavement -Elevator and escalator accidents -Lack of barriers or warning signs -Sidewalk accumulations of snow and ice It is always best to contact an attorney right away, and even more critical when suing a governmental entity. You must give the city notice of a lawsuit within 90 days of the injury. We are committed to securing full compensation for the lasting harm — medical bills and ongoing treatment (surgery, physical therapy), lost wages and pain and suffering or permanent disability. Contact us for a free case evaluation. If you hire us, there are no attorney fees unless we recover monetary damages