Owners Are Responsible for Unsafe Property Accidents
The owner of any public establishment — a restaurant, a grocery store, a hotel, an amusement park, a retail complex, or an apartment building — is responsible for keeping the property safe for people who visit that property. Slip and falls and other premises liability accidents can be difficult personal injury claims to pursue, but the attorneys at Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A., have the necessary experience, resources and abilities.
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Was the slip and fall caused by poor maintenance? It can be difficult to define what caused a slip and fall accident. A slippery floor might have caused the fall, but why was the floor slippery? In many cases, the owner should have know about the slippery condition and cleaned it up before someone was injured.
We know how to deal with multiple parties. In many premises liability accidents, there is more than one party at fault. The owner has overall responsibility for maintaining safe premises, but the situation may have been caused by a maintenance company, a vendor who stacked merchandise dangerously, or a contractor who failed to build a railing or stairs safely. The more serious the injuries, the more important it is to maximize compensation.
Ask a lawyer if you have a case. Not every slip and fall accident amounts to a premises liability claim. An experienced personal injury attorney can evaluate the situation and assess whether you have cause for a claim for damages. Our lawyers have experience and thorough knowledge of personal injury law.
If you have been injured in a fall caused by a property owner's negligence, contact us for a free consultation. We represent personal injury clients in New Hampshire and Maine.