Do You Have Injuries From A Slip-And-Fall Accident?
Property owners are responsible for maintaining their property so that it is reasonably safe for those who come in contact with it. They are responsible to ensure cracks, potholes and uneven or unlevel sidewalks and walkways on their property are promptly addressed. If they do not, they may be held liable for the injuries and damages caused on their poorly maintained premises.
Property owners or lease holders may also be held liable for generally dangerously maintained property including negligent snow or ice removal that causes a person to slip and fall resulting in injury. When the property owner is found liable, you would be entitled to be compensated for any pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages.
Do you have injuries because a property owner failed to keep their premises reasonably safe?
Slip-And-Fall Cases Are Complex. Contact Our Seasoned Attorneys Today.
We encourage you to speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer at the very beginning of your claim, so the critical steps to a successful claim are not skipped. At Martello & LaMagna, P.C., our personal injury attorneys have over 20 years of trial experience in prosecuting slip-and-fall and premises liability cases. We will help you determine what your rights are if you have injuries sustained because of a property owner’s negligent care. We will aggressively work to obtain justice in your case. To start on your case, call us at 866-407-7085 or email us through our website.