Premises Liability

Premises liability applies when a party is injured on someone’s property, and the property owner was negligent, and as a result and accident occurred. Negligence means that the property owner failed to use reasonable care in connection with the property. Examples of premises liability are:

  • slip and fall cases
  • snow and ice accidents
  • inadequate maintenance of the premises
  • defective conditions on the premises
  • inadequate building security leading to injury or assault
  • elevator and escalator accidents
  • dog bites
  • swimming pool accidents
  • amusement park accidents
  • fires
  • water leaks or flooding
  • toxic fumes or chemicals

Personal Injury Medical Attention

Personal Injury

All personal injury cases are handled with the care and understanding that when a client is injured in an accident, the pain and suffering that client sustains is only one part of the picture. The injured party may also suffer from lost wages, interruption of family and social connections, and even loss of mobility and independence.