Premises liability claims involve any conditions of a property that can cause serious injury to persons. Under the law, the owner of the premises is liable, or responsible, for certain types of injuries that occur on the land or in the buildings located on their premises.
Types of premises liability cases:
- Slip and fall injuries
- Injuries resulting from poor maintenance of a premises
- Injuries caused by design flaws in stairways, doors, exits and lighting of a building
- Dry rot that causes the collapse of a deck or step
- Missing handrails or lack of handrails that leads to a fall
- Sidewalk cracks or dangerous drops in a floor/cement walkway that lead to a trip and fall injury
Know Your Rights!
Statutes of Limitations, or time limits in which you can legally file suit against another for an injury, vary from state to state. In order to determine your legal rights, it is recommended that you speak to a skilled attorney promptly.
Our attorneys have extensive experience representing individuals injured in premesis liability cases, in both jury trials and settlement negotiations.
To contact an experienced personal injury attorney at Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff for a free and confidential case evaluation, please fill out and submit the contact form on this page or call us toll-free at (888) 285-3333.