Were you injured on someone’s property because of their negligence?
Landlords and building owners are responsible for the safe upkeep of the property. Failure to do so often results in accidents and personal injury.
When a property owner fails to fix a dangerous situation or provide adequate warning of the property’s condition, and someone is injured on that property, the injury victim may be able to pursue a premises liability claim against the business or landlord.
Property owners have a duty of care (legal obligation) to maintain grounds that are reasonably free from hazardous or dangerous conditions. If this duty of care is violated, and an injury is caused, the victim can request compensation from the negligent property owner.
“Dyson Law Firm” uses decades of experience and results-oriented approach to litigation to build persuasive cases on behalf of injured clients and the families of those who have lost loved ones in premises liability situations.
Premises Liability essentially includes every business venue or private residence.
Our premises liability practice includes injuries occurring at hotels, grocery stores, office buildings, construction sites, on streets and sidewalks, and at virtually every type of commercial business or residential location.
In any type of property injury case, our lawyers have the experience and resources necessary to pursue the full and fair compensation due to our injured clients. We have obtained many favorable results in property-related injury matters.
There are many ways in which a property can be unsafe and cause an accident. Some of the most common accidents and injuries that lead to premises liability claims are:
- Slip and Fall Injuries
- Elevator and Escalator Injuries
- Porch / Stair Collapse
- Dog Bites
- Lead/Mercury Poisoning
- Swimming Pool Injuries
Our skilled premises liability attorneys will file a premises liability civil suit on behalf of clients who have been hurt on someone else’s premises as a result of someone else’s negligence.
Whether you have suffered these or any other premises liability issues, you may be owed compensation and justice for the undue harm you have suffered.