Premises Liability Attorneys
If you have been harmed or injured on someone’s property, you have the right to damages paid by the owner of the property. Whether you were a trespasser or a legal entrant onto the property, you have a legal right to sue if you were injured on the premises. This applies to residential, commercial, public, and industrial property.
You may even be unaware that you could rightfully sue for you medical bills, lost wages, and other damages.
At Eden Rafferty, we have decades of experience helping plaintiffs get what is rightfully theirs on premises liability cases.
Unsure if you have a case? Confident that you do?
We have helped numerous people sue for damages because of premises liability. If you were injured in these or other ways, call today:
- Negligent maintenance
- Unsafe porches and decks
- Sidewalks in front of properties
- Tools and other dangerous items on property
- Inadequate security
- Swimming pool accidents
- Social host and dram shop liability
- Faulty wiring and electrical accidents
- Failure to remove snow and ice from premises
- Sexual assault
- Physical Assault
- Slip and Fall
Assaulted at a Business
If you have been mugged, sexually or physically assaulted at a restaurant, shop, or mall, you have the right to collect damages against the business owner who failed to create a safe environment for you.
Defective Conditions or Unsafe Environment
Slippery, icy floors, damaged stairs, and broken doors or windows are the responsibility of the owner to fix or warn you. If you have been hurt on another’s property because they failed to create and maintain a safe environment, you have a case.
If you have been harmed in a fire, you most likely have experienced great personal, physical, and emotional pain. You probably have very high medical bills and have lost wages because you could not work. If your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence or if they occurred during work, you could be entitled to significant damages.
Negligence of a Third Party
Hurt on the job but you or your employer isn’t to blame? That’s when you file a third-party negligence claim.
Slip and Fall Accidents
Slip and Fall cases are the most common types of personal injury suits. Whether your fall was due to improperly maintained conditions or bad New England weather, the property owner had a duty to keep you safe and informed.