If you have been injured as a result of dangerous conditions on property owned by someone else, you may have a premises liability claim. Property owners and businesses have a legal duty to provide a safe environment for people on their property. If the owner maintains an unsafe building or lot, and you are injured as a result, they may be liable for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Common examples of conditions that may result in a valid premises liability claim:
- Conditions that cause slip and falls injuries
- Broken or cracked sidewalks, stairs, and escalators
- Dog bites
- Toxic or hazardous substances
- Swimming pools and spas
- Inadequate security
- Slippery floors
- Stairway and balcony collapses
- Falling products
At the Knapp/Moss Personal Injury Law, our premises liability lawyer is experienced in all aspects of premises liability litigation. We will thoroughly investigate the scene of the accident, and quickly determine whether we can stage a successful premises liability case. We work hard for our clients and treat every case like it’s the most important one we’ve ever handled – victims of injury deserve nothing less.