Holding Negligent Parties Accountable For Property Hazards
Property owners are legally responsible for keeping their premises safe for visitors. This means they must prevent hazards whenever possible, and promptly repair hazardous conditions once they become known. All too often, property owners and building managers neglect their duties, putting visitors at risk of serious injuries and even wrongful death.
At the Gillis Law Firm, our lawyers have extensive experience handling premises liability cases and can help you pursue compensation for losses suffered due to an unsafe building condition.
Building Hazards And Personal Injuries
There are numerous building hazards that can result in serious personal injuries. Common hazards include:
- Slippery walkways
- Faulty staircases
- Tears in carpet
- Inadequate lighting
- Obstacles in hallways
- Merchandise falling off store shelves
Building owners aggressively defend against personal injury lawsuits. They may even claim the accident was your fault. Our lawyers are experienced trial advocates who know how to counter such claims and present compelling arguments on behalf of our clients. We will do everything we can to help you obtain full and fair compensation for your losses. Clients also benefit from our “no recovery, no fee” policy — we charge you nothing unless we help you obtain compensation.
Free Consultations With Our Dangerous Building Injury Attorneys
If you or someone close to you has been injured in an accident involving premises liability, we’re here to help. Se habla español. Send us an email or call 866-603-9810 to arrange a free initial consultation at our New Haven office. Don’t settle for less than you deserve.