Premises Liability Attorney Located in Bucks County, PA
If you are injured on the property of another, the owner or possessor of the land may be liable to pay damages to compensate you for the injuries received. The duty of care to which a property owner or possessor is obligated depends on the reason an injured person is on the premises. The highest duty of care is owed to someone who is on the premises for business purposes. A lesser standard of care is due to a licensee (for instance a social guest). The lowest duty of care is owed to a trespasser. Unfortunately, not all commercial, municipal and private property owners take the care necessary to protect those who lawfully use their premises. When a property owner is negligent, someone can become seriously injured and face permanent burdens. If you have been hurt because of another party’s negligence, it is important that you take your legal options into consideration. The Law Office of Neal E. Newman can help you hold the negligent party accountable and recover the compensation you are entitled to receive. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our office today.
Types of Premises Liability Cases
Dangerous conditions can exist nearly anywhere, even in places that you would never expect them. Though the property owner should regularly monitor the premises, you may still find yourself injured by a variety of hazards. Some of the many premises liability cases that the Law Office of Neal E. Newman has experience handling include the following:
- Slip and falls
- Trip and falls
- Supermarket accidents
- Hotel accidents
- Drowning accidents
- Snow and Ice Accidents
- Sidewalk accidents
- Inadequate lighting
- Inadequate security
If you have suffered at the hands of a negligent property owner and are successful in proving negligence, you could be entitled to compensation that is both economic and non-economic in nature. A negligent property owner may be liable for compensation for medical expenses, lost income, future lost wages, pain and suffering, and other harm caused by your injuries.
Contact a Bucks County Premises Liability Attorney
If you have been injured on another person’s property, it is important that you take your legal options into consideration, as you may be entitled to significant compensation. The Law Office of Neal E. Newman is ready to help. With so much at stake, experience counts. Attorney Newman has over 45 years of experience helping clients in Pennsylvania with their personal injury matters. Contact the Law Office of Neal E. Newman today to schedule a free initial consultation.