Holding Property Owners Accountable For Fire-Related Injuries
Property owners have a duty to properly operate, maintain and supervise their property. One important duty of any property owner is to take adequate steps to prevent fires. In addition, property owners must take steps to mitigate the damage that may be caused to accident victims in the event of a fire. Examples of property owner negligence may include:
- Failure to equip smoke detectors
- Failure to have working batteries in all smoke detectors
- Fire code violations (blocked exits and other violations)
- Dangerous conditions (e.g., loose electrical wiring, flammable liquids)
- Occupancy violations
- Lack of accessible fire extinguishers
- Unsafe work conditions
Experienced Smoke Inhalation Injury Attorneys
Since opening our doors in 1978, Gillis Law Firm has handled thousands of personal injury cases on behalf of clients in New Haven and throughout Connecticut. Our firm is committed to helping accident victims obtain the full compensation they deserve. Our knowledge of premises liability law is thorough and current, and no case is too complex.
Skilled Trial Lawyers And Negotiators
Our attorneys handle each case as if it may go to trial. Our thorough case management has resulted in a strong record of results — in and out of the courtroom. We have obtained many sizeable awards and settlements in premises liability and other personal injury claims.
If you or a loved one was injured in a fire, or you lost a loved one in a fatal accident, we’re here to help. Call 866-603-9810 to schedule a free case evaluation, or complete our online form to tell us about your case. Gillis Law Firm employs a Spanish-speaking paralegal and charges no fee without legal recovery. Our office is conveniently located in downtown New Haven next to the courthouse — free parking is available.