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Premises Liability

Premises Liability

Property owners have a duty to maintain safe conditions or provide adequate warnings of potential risks. Failure to do so may leave them liable for injuries and damages suffered by a visiting party. If you have been injured in an accident on someone else’s property it could be the result of negligence and you may be entitled to recover from losses associated with the accident.


Some examples of claims associated with premises liability include:


   - Slip & Fall

   - Electric and Burn injuries

   - Dog Bites/Attacks

   - Faulty structures

   - Swimming Pool accidents

   - Assault due to lack of security

   - Hazardous Materials

   - Wet Floors


Premises liability accidents occur on many types of properties

and locations including:


   - Stores

   - Entertainment Establishments

   - Bars and Taverns

   - Commercial and Public Properties

   - Restaurants

   - Shopping Centers

   - Parking Lots


If you believe a property owner or manager is responsible for the injuries you suffered on their premises call our legal team to discuss your claim. Premises liability covers a significant number of case types so it is important to review the facts of your claim with a knowledgeable law firm. Our staff will answer your questions, evaluate the facts and determine the viability of your accident.


Let us pursue justice and compensation on your behalf.



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