Premises Liability/Slip and Falls in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware
Homeowners and business owners (this includes landlords) have a legal responsibility to maintain safe premises. If visitors or the public are injured due to defective or hazardous conditions, the owners may be held liable.
Whether you have suffered a slip-and-fall injury, or any other type of personal injury due to a property owner's negligence, you may have a legitimate premises liability claim.
Pennsylvania laws pertaining to premises liability are complex, and it is best to hire an experienced premises liability attorney familiar with these laws.
Premises accidents can happen anywhere, at anytime, and have a variety of causes, such as:
Slip-and-fall accidents occur when the ground or flooring on public or private property is slippery, uneven or unbalanced, or when there are obstructions in a pathway.
For example, a pedestrian may trip over an uneven sidewalk, a pathway with holes in it, an unmarked curb, poorly lit stairs and walkways, wrinkled carpet, or objects littering the ground.
When the floor or ground is slippery, it can also pose a hazard to pedestrians.
Ice, snow, spilled liquids, oil and housecleaning liquids are among the substances property owners should monitor to prevent personal injury to visitors.
Protect your rights with an experienced attorney
If you are involved in a premises liability accident, an experienced personal injury lawyer can help you recover compensation for pain and suffering, emotional distress, medical expenses, lost income, and other damages.
At Nass Cancelliere Brenner, our attorneys have experience representing injured clients throughout Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia metropolitan area.
You should contact us as soon after your injury as possible to protect your right to recover damages.
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