Property Owner Liability
Visiting your local mall or grocery store should not place you in a dangerous situation. To minimize the frequency of injuries, property owners have a duty to provide visitors with a safe environment. The owners have affirmative duties to make sure that their properties are safe for the public.
Despite the requirements placed on property owners, slip and fall injuries have become more and more common. Victims of these incidents can be left with severe and significant injuries with few options. Some types of hazardous conditions a property owner can be held liable for:
- Slip and fall;
- Pool accidents;
- Failure to properly maintain a grocery store;
- Injuries due to failures to provide adequate security;
- Broken steps;
- Raised Flooring;
- Ripped carpeting;
- Poorly lit walkways;
- Cluttered pathways;
- Building code violations; and
- Inadequate warning signs.
If you have been hurt in an accident, do not take on the insurance companies alone. If you or someone you know have suffered personal injuries at a commercial or residential property, call the experienced injury attorneys at The Accident Pros today. Our experienced lawyers can offer you a no-cost case evaluation to help you understand your legal rights after these types of accidents, and can help you get the compensation you deserve. Let us help you get the peace of mind you deserve during these vulnerable times.