Did you suffer a slip and fall on private property? You need to know that there are robust legal options at your disposal.
You have the right to pursue compensation via a premises liability lawsuit, though most importantly, you have the power to achieve justice.
Our slip and fall lawsuit professionals have dedicated their careers to fighting for the rights of individuals who’ve been victimized by the negligence of property owners. Contact us today to discuss your case in a free, no-obligation consultation.
Most persons living in Pennsylvania are not familiar with the law surrounding the liability of property owners when visitors, legally referred to as invitees, suffer injuries, or damages, on their property.
The Justice Guardians law firm is experienced not only in personal injury but also in premises liability lawsuits. They have previously fought and won countless cases on behalf of their clients, and they want to do the same for you.
Regardless of the circumstances of your injury, if it occurred on private property, there exists a potential for compensation for you and your loved ones. You may be thinking that there is only a small chance of justice being made, but when a successful outcome means finally relieving the financial burdens that you’ve been placed under by no fault of your own, then you’ve got nothing to lose.
Contact our law firm today to discuss your incident and finally answer any doubts you may have about a potential lawsuit. We will thoroughly analyze your case and lay out all of your options. We offer this service at no cost to our clients because we understand how much a helping hand is appreciated by victims in these situations.
Premises liability law is the section of the law that specifies the responsibility that a property owner has to protect the health and safety of invitees on their property. If you suffer any kind of injury on someone else’s property and you file a lawsuit against them, then the basis for your legal claim will be that of premises liability law.
If there is any kind of unsafe or hazardous condition on a property, the owner is generally responsible for ensuring that the hazard is mitigated within a reasonable amount of time. Types of hazards that can arise on properties and lead to injuries include:
There are many more types of conditions that can lead to injuries, though the above are the most common.
In most premises liability cases, the victim who suffered the injuries be the plaintiff and the insurance provider of the property will be the defendant. This is due to the fact that most property owners already pay for insurance coverage in case someone is injured on their property.
What this means is that the legal team that you chose to defend you will be going up against an insurance company and not the individual who owns the property. This is why you want an experienced team of attorneys by your side.
Insurance providers often have extensive resources to fight a case, as well as very knowledgeable adjusters who will dig out any reasons to reduce the amount of compensation that is offered to a victim. An experienced premises liability lawyer will know the tactics used by the insurance company and will be able to combat them, ultimately helping you build a stronger case and achieve the maximum compensation under the circumstances.
Our legal team is available free-of-charge for any questions you may have, simply fill out the form on this page or call us directly to schedule your free legal consultation.
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