Are You Eligible For A Premises Liability Claim?

Many of our clients are unsure if a premises liability claim is the right choice for their injury. The term is not a common one and can sound intimidating. But, the concept is fairly simple. "Premises liability" is a legal term that essentially means property owners are responsible for the injuries that happen on and because of their property.

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Common Examples Of Premises Liability

Premises liability comes in many forms. Homeowners, property owners and others may be held responsible for a wide range of injuries. This depends largely on the individual circumstances at play. But, premises liability is the reason property owners are required to have insurance. Some examples include:

  • An apartment management company fails to meet building codes, leading to injuries.
  • A homeowner fails to clear ice from their sidewalk, causing broken bones or head injuries.
  • A property owner does not appropriately secure their dog, resulting in serious bite wounds.
  • A restaurant owner neglects to properly light their parking lot, leading to injuries and attacks.

If someone did not make a necessary repair or should have known about a safety issue on their property, they can be held responsible for a resulting injury.

Our Firm Pays Attention To The Details

Our experienced lawyers can examine your case and see if you qualify for a premises liability claim. Based in Newburyport, our firm does not let you leave money on the table. We maximize your settlement by reviewing every piece of evidence and fully accounting for your injuries. Schedule an appointment with us today.