Premises Liability

Property owners have a legal obligation to maintain their property in a safe condition and to warn people who are lawfully on the premises of any unsafe conditions. Premises Liability refers to injuries resulting from the negligence of property owners. Clients injured due to the negligence of a property owner have a right to compensation for any resulting medical bills, pain, and suffering, lost wages, or other expenses directly resulting from the injury.

Types of Premises Liability cases include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Slip and Fall

  • Inadequate or Negligent Security

  • Sidewalk or Roadway Defects

  • Defective Stairs and Stairways

  • Unnatural Accumulations of Snow or Ice

  • Slippery or Obstructed Floors

  • Falling Debris, Merchandise, etc.

  • Poorly Maintained Premises

Our attorneys are skilled and experienced in investigating and analyzing every claim to determine whether there was negligence on the part of the property owner. We have resolved premises liability cases through litigation and settlements to the overwhelming satisfaction of our clients.