Injury on Dangerous Premises

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Have you been injured on someone else's property?

Owning property comes with the responsibility to keep the premises safe. Homeowners, landlords, and business owners are required to keep their premises safe for visitors, customers, or workers. Property owners and others responsible for controlling, maintaining, and managing property have a duty to keep their property in a reasonably safe condition. They alsomust use reasonable care to discover any dangerous property conditions. When they do not meet those responsibilities, aperson injured on their property may be able to file a lawsuit.

Whether it is a business, individual, or government entity, property owners and managers are liable for injuries and damages caused by negligent property care and maintenance. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, the attorneys at Larwick can help to ensure that they are held accountable. Our attorneys have extensive experience and thorough knowledge of relevant safety practices, including building codes and OSHA safety standards, and they work with a skilled team of investigators.

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