Marrone Law Firm, LLC is a high-powered premises liability litigation firm serving the Philadelphia area. To meet the needs of our clients, we are available by cellphone, morning, noon and night. We are happy to meet with clients and families wherever and whenever, whether that be in their home, hospital, or rehabilitation clinic.
Premises Liability Lawyers Philadelphia, PA
There are so many things that can happen on someone else’s premises that can result in serious injury. A property owner is responsible for a wide variety of managing different aspects of their premises. When they are negligent or shirk those responsibilities, this can lead to significant harm for visitors who slip and fall on the property. If you want to get proper financial reimbursement for your pain and suffering after a premises liability accident in Philadelphia or somewhere else in Pennsylvania, it is important to call a lawyer who handles these types of cases. Contact the knowledgeable Philly premises liability attorneys at the Marrone Law Firm, LLC via phone or our online form.
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Have You Suffered an Injury Due to Property Owner Negligence in Philadelphia, PA?
Property owners owe a duty of care to residents, clients, customers, and visitors to their properties. Premises liability cases often involve the following types of properties:
- Shopping centers
- Private residences
- Apartment complexes
- College dormitories
- Golf courses and country clubs
- Health clubs
- Office buildings
Premises Risks That Philadelphia Property Owners Are Responsible for
Did you suffer catastrophic injuries because of a dog bite, a construction site explosion, a swimming pool mishap, or a fire in an apartment complex? Getting to the root cause of the accident is critical. So, too, is determining the identities of all parties who may be responsible. Additionally, a detailed review of medical records will form the basis for determining a dollar value for your tangible losses. Intangible losses such as pain and suffering may also figure into a Pennsylvania premises liability injury claim or lawsuit.
Here is a list of some of the main premises risks that PA property owners are potentially responsible for:
- Wet surfaces and leaks
- Icy surfaces
- Heated-up area that can be accessed by visitors
- Loose floorboards
- Cluttered floors or pathways
- Torn carpeting or flooring
- Recently waxed or mopped floors
- Poor lighting
- Dangerous animal not properly secured
- Loose mats and rugs
- Poorly constructed staircases
- Damaged guardrail or lack of guardrail or stair rails
- Uneven sidewalks or driveways
- Pool regulation
- Ground and property inspection
- Food inspection
- Fire hazards and exits