Premises Liability Lawyer in Boston
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If you were injured on another person's property, you may be eligible to file a premises liability claim. If you slipped and fell due to a dangerous condition present (broken stairs, poor lighting, or poor construction, etc.) or other public safety rule violation, we encourage you to contact our legal team immediately.
Our Boston premises liability lawyers, we have secured tens of millions of dollars for injured victims. Our relentless pursuit of the maximum settlement possible has helped thousands of injured clients confidently move forward with their lives after a serious accident. Your success is our success, and we work hard to exceed your expectations.
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For your free, no-obligation case review, reach us at (617) 870-3347.
When is a property owner responsible for my injury?
Landlords, business owners, and property owners of public and private premises must maintain their property so that residents, patrons or guests are kept safe. A successful premises liability case must prove that the property owner or manager knew (or is expected to know) about the hazardous condition. Property owners who fail to enforce basic safety rules can be held liable for injuries that their guests or patrons suffer on the premises. Our firm can help you by examining records of maintenance, photographing the accident scene, and gathering testimony from witnesses.
- Examples of premises liability accidents include:
- Slip and fall accidents due to poor construction or maintenance
- Health problems from being exposed to toxic fumes in the building
- Being assaulted in a parking lot because of inadequate security
- Tripping in stairwells because of building defects or poor lighting
- Dog bites because the owner failed to properly restrain pet
Your case can depend on your relationship to the owner and why you were on the property. The three types of relationships to property owners include invitees, such as customers or people invited onto a property to do business, licensees, such as friends, acquaintances, and people invited onto a property for a visit, and trespassers. While trespassers are owed the lowest duty of care, property owners cannot ignore dangers with which they know a trespasser may come in contact.
You Don't Pay Us If We Lose - Call Our Boston Premises Liability Attorneys Today
At the Law Office of Steven R. Whitman, we are prepared to help you fight for the damages you deserve, which can cover accident-related costs, including medical bills, rehabilitation expenses, lost wages, and pain/suffering. We handle all types of premises liability cases, even those involving complex injuries. Benefit from our over 55 years of combined legal experience and proven track record for your personal injury claim!
For a free evaluation, speak with our attorneys by calling (617) 870-3347!