Have you or your family member been injured in a Slip, Trip or Fall accident?
Property owners, landlords and property managers have an obligation to keep their premises safe. If they fail to do so, they may have been negligent in their duties and may be liable for the damages, losses, and injuries they have caused.
Problems such as slippery floors, broken concrete, untreated snow and ice, dangerous sidewalks, potholes in walking surfaces, low ceilings, tripping hazards, dangerous holes, defective stairways, defective handrails, broken steps, and dangerous conditions of commercial stores, pose serious risks to invited guests who have no knowledge of the defect(s).
A premises liability case occurs when a person is involved in a serious accident that takes place as a result of unsafe conditions, a defect, or negligent maintenance of property that is owned by a person other than the accident victim. We represent individuals who have been injured in this type of case on a contingent fee basis, meaning No Recovery, No Fee, No Costs to you. Contact Law Offices Bernard M. Gross today, 215-561-3600.