Dangerous Premises

Property owners have a responsibility to ensure their premises are free from hazards and defects that they know could cause harm to others. They have a duty to fix dangerous conditions. Accidents or injuries resulting from known dangers take many forms, including the following:

  • Slip, trip and falls
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Playground accidents
  • Daycare accidents
  • Construction site accidents
  • Security problems or inadequate security and criminal assaults
  • Injuries in public spaces such as stores, schools, restaurants, amusement parks, commercial or government buildings
  • Broken glass
  • Faulty store displays
  • Elevator accidents

Although the property owner has a legal duty to exercise reasonable care to maintain safe premises, other people, such as a manager, contractor or tenant may also be responsible for the property’s condition. These cases require extensive legwork and investigation.

We have the knowledge, experience and resources to fight for you. If you think that you have been injured because of a property owner’s failure to keep their property safe, contact us and we will evaluate your claim. It won’t cost anything to see if we can help you.