Protecting the rights of victims when unsafe premises cause injuries
The attorneys at Abaev Law Firm, PLLC. have years of experience helping victims of slip and fall accidents pursue the full compensation they deserve when they suffer injuries from slipping, tripping, or falling on unsafe property.
Where slip and fall accidents occur
When you are injured while lawfully on someone else’s property, the owner is liable for your injuries if the owner’s negligence caused your injury. This is called premises liability. While premises liability includes slip, trip & fall situations, it is broader because it addresses any unsafe condition and resulting injury, whether caused by a fall or otherwise. You can be injured by:
You can suffer severe injuries
With the winter season approaching many slip and fall accidents occur over slippery snow and ice as a result of a poorly maintained or neglected property. Both the private property owner and the city can be held liable if their negligence caused your injuries. Contact A.L.F. to speak to an experienced trial attorney to discuss your potential rights to Maximum Recovery for your Pain and Suffering
Slip and fall describes the type of injury suffered on someone else’s property as a result of a defect, slippery substance or other dangerous condition. These injuries commonly occur at supermarkets and restaurants and are due to food on the floor. They can also occur when inadequate steps are taken to remove ice and snow from sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots.
Generally, premises liability refers to the body of law, which holds a landowner and/or possessor of real property liable for injuries to others who suffer injury on their property. Typically, a premises liability lawsuit often arises from the property owner’s or occupant’s failure to maintain the property in a safe condition or failure to correct a dangerous condition on their property, which they knew about or upon reasonable inspection, should have known about.
The general rule of law is that the owner or operator of the premises has a duty to keep the premises in reasonably safe condition or at least warn individuals of dangerous conditions of which the owner or possessor of the land either caused, knew about or should have known about.