The most common premises liability cases involve:
Slip and fall accidents
Lack of security
Slick and icy surfaces
Broken handrails and defective stairs
Faulty elevators and escalators
Premises liability refers to the legal responsibility of property or landowners to maintain their premises (i.e. property) in a reasonably safe manner. If someone is seriously injured because the property was not reasonably safe, the property owners (or people in control of the property) are responsible. We understand the unique factual and legal issues involved with premises liability cases, and have litigated many complicated cases to successful resolution. We are ready to aggressively represent your interests in this area.