Premises Liability is the liability of the land owner (and/or possessor) for certain torts that occur on real property. There are various hazardous conditions that may cause injuries such as, uneven pavement, open excavations, standing water, falling objects, icy walkways, inadequate security, poor lighting and concealed holes. When any injury, even a slip and fall due to a hazardous condition on a property causes personal injury, you may have a premises liability case.
In all states, a property owner or occupier must make a reasonable effort to maintain a safe environment for it’s visitors. Different states have different laws on what may be covered.
Leo M. Flynn, Esquire knows the laws in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and what you may be compensated for. Call Martins Mill Legal Center, LLC., at 215-305-6222 now to schedule your free consultation with a Personal Injury Lawyer!
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