Premises liability seeks to hold property owners accountable for injury claims that occur while the victim is on said property. While the statutes governing premises liability can get fairly complicated, the general idea is that someone who has entered your property should have a reasonable expectation of safety, which means that property owners are charged with providing a safe environment for customers, tenants, and guests.
Injuries that could qualify for premise liability lawsuits vary greatly, but slip-and-fall accidents are common, as are injuries that result from the usage of equipment on the property (a roller-coaster accident, for instance). In determining whether the property owner is liable for injuries sustained on their property, factors such as the status of the victim, condition of the property, and/or the activities undertaken by either the visitor or the owner, or both.
In short, the owner or tenant of that property is charged with maintaining a safe environment; examples include:
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of the negligent or reckless behavior of a property owner, please contact the Law Offices of George A. Malliaros to receive a free consultation in which we will review the particulars of the incident and determine the viability of your claim. Call (978) 452-6641 or complete the form on this page to schedule your free consultation today. Our contingent fee policy ensures that you do not pay a dime in fees or expenses unless or until we are able to achieve a recovery on your behalf.