Have you or a loved one been injured by a hazardous condition due to a property owner’s negligence?
Dangerous conditions on premises—including workplaces, schools, residences, and commercial centers—can lead to catastrophic injury or death. We often encounter such dangerous conditions doing everyday acts—like grocery shopping, riding the elevator at work, or even walking down the sidewalk. When facilities, businesses, and structures fall into disrepair, dangerous conditions exist.
Elevators, power lines, swimming pools, gas lines (often causing explosions), falling merchandise, open pits, slick grocery store floors, assembly lines, balconies, stairways, and railings are just a few examples of the everyday things we encounter, that can kill or severely injure, should a problem exist that is unknown to the user.
Often, such dangerous premise conditions are due to a property owner’s failure to undertake its legal duty to inspect, address, and/or warn of potential and actual hazards. Falls, electrocutions, drownings, and amputations can result when facilities, businesses, and structures fall into disrepair due to property owners’ negligence. If the property owner has failed to warn you and/or repair a hazardous condition that has maimed you or a loved one, you may have a dangerous premise lawsuit against the property owner, due to the property owner’s negligence.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed by a dangerous condition, please contact the Law Office of Darren Wolf, P.C. today.