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Premise Liability

Premise Liability

Property owners are responsible for keeping their land free of any hazards that may cause a person to be involved in some sort of accident. If a landowner fails to do so, they can be held accountable for personal injuries that happen as a result. Unfortunately for the victim, these types of accidents are very serious and can leave them with life altering personal injuries. Activities once enjoyed are no longer possible. You may also lose the ability to work. Most times, if the the landowner exercised more caution, the accident could have been avoided. It is important to hold negligent property owners responsible to receive monetary compensation. A fair settlement means lost wages, future lost wages, medical bills, and the pain and suffering are covered.

Premise Liability Injury Lawyer Overview

Common devastating personal injures associated with premise liability may include spinal cord injuriesconcussion injuries, and brain injuries. These type of personal injuries are not easy to diagnose and generally get worse over time. Quality of life may never return to what it once was. To recover in a premise liability claim, you must prove the landowner was negligent and could have avoided the accident. It is important to contact an experienced Philadelphia personal injury lawyer to investigate the situation.

Types of Premises Liability Accidents

Premise liability can range from slip and falls to dog bites. For example, if a dog is thought to have the potential to attack a person, the owner must have some sort of notice such as a “beware of dog” sign. It’s their duty to make sure the dog remains constrained to their premises. Another example of premise liability includes slip and falls. These accidents can be devastating.

Philadelphia Law Firm

If you have been involved in some sort of accident and have sustained personal injuries, please contact The Heslin Law Firm to speak with Gary Heslin about your case. We offer free consultations and will keep you informed every step of the way. Call our office at 215-332-0300.

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