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All property owners have the responsibility, under local, state and federal laws, to maintain their property in a safe manner for guests or customers on their premises. When they fail to do so, accidents happen and innocent people get hurt. If a property owner could have prevented an accident through better safety measures, they can be held liable for your injuries.

Geoffrey Fieger and his team have represented many victims in premises liability cases, winning millions of dollars in financial compensation. Our team will work with you to discover all of the facts, prove negligence, and get you justice. Our aggressive and trial-ready approach has made us one of the most successful law firms in U.S. history—reach out to us as soon as possible.

Call 1-800-A-WINNER for a free consultation with our firm, or submit your case through our simple online form. We can determine if you have a case and help you get answers about your injuries.

Below, we’ve listed the most common premises liability cases we’ve encountered in our decades of practice at Fieger Law.

Common Property Negligence That Lead to Premises Liability Accidents

  • Faulty equipment
  • Poor maintenance
  • Inadequate security
  • Uncovered drain holes
  • Falling objects
  • Broken or missing handrails
  • Broken staircase
  • Unleashed dogs
  • Poorly stacked products on shelving
  • Faulty electrical wiring
  • Defective sidewalks
  • Building code violations
  • Unplowed or unsalted sidewalks and parking lots

If any of the above was present when you were injured, there’s a good chance you have a case. Even if you aren’t sure or aren’t aware of these (or other) conditions contributing to your injury, a lawyer’s investigation could yield some answers about what caused you harm.

Common Premises Liability Accidents

Your safety extends beyond slippery floors—property owners are obligated to secure any animals or protect you from potential intruders. If you were assaulted in your hotel room by an intruder, for instance, then the hotel owner may be liable for your damages for not having a more secure system.

The same goes for chemical safety, food safety, and even indoor air quality.

Common Premises Liability Injuries:

  • Cuts
  • Broken bones
  • Back injuries
  • Severed fingers/toes/limbs
  • Neck injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Electric shocks
  • Burns
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Wrongful death

If you or a family member have been injured on someone else’s property due to their negligence, make no mistake—it’s not your fault. The experts at Fieger Law will fight hard to prove their negligence and get you the monetary damages you are entitled to.

Call 1-800-294-6637 or tell us about your case using our simple online form. We will review your case for free and get you answers about your injuries.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.
This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.