Pennsylvania Premises Liability Attorneys
If you have been injured while on someone else’s commercial or residential property in Pennsylvania, you may be able to file what is referred to as a premises liability claim. These are claims against negligent property owners. The most common premises liability claims involve trip-and-fall accidents or slip-and-fall accidents. These accidents can result in head injuries or other serious injuries, particularly when the victim is a senior citizen. At Cherry Injury Law, our attorneys bring decades of experience to all premises liability cases.
Was the Property Owner Negligent?
In order to succeed in a premises liability case, there must be evidence that the property owner was negligent. Was a safety hazard such as a slippery floor neglected by the property owner? There is an important distinction to be made here. If the hazard appeared just moments before the accident, there may have been little the property owner could have done to prevent the accident. The property owner may not have been negligent. However, if the hazard lingered and the property owner was well aware of it, but simply did not address it, the property owner may be responsible for any harm the hazard caused.
The Many Types of Premises Liability Claims
Slip-and-fall accidents, including hotel slip-and-fall accidents and ice and snow injuries, are not the only forms of property owner negligence. We also handle cases involving:
Anytime a property owner’s negligence leads to an accident, our attorneys can take action.
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Free Consultation: Contact a Media Slip-and-Fall Accident Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been involved in a Pennsylvania slip-and-fall accident, please contact Cherry Injury Law, by phone at 610-565-0300 or 215-675-2400 or e-mail to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Philadelphia premises liability lawyers.