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Premises Liability
Property owners must maintain their property such that there are no unreasonably dangerous conditions. When they fail to do so and people are injured, a premises liability lawsuit may exist.
These claims may occur when a person slips and falls on obstacles or uneven flooring. For example, a sidewalk may be cracked or have holes in it, unnatural accumulation of snow and ice may result from improper attempts to remove or divert snow and ice. Any of these and many other things may cause a person to sustain injuries from slipping and falling. Similarly, a patron may be injured when a forklift or other equipment operated at a home improvement center dislodges merchandise or collides with a patron. In all of these and numerous other circumstances, serious, permanent injuries or death may result, and the property owners whose failure to warn and protect those who are on their property may give rise to a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.
If you or a loved one has been injured on property owned by others, you should contact The Howard Law Firm llc right away for a free consultation, particularly because there is generally a two year statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit. Please remember that if we take your case we will not charge you any fee unless we obtain a recovery.