Establishing liability in Pennsylvania
Events that are caused by defective or dangerous property inside or outside a building are called premises liability incidents. These accidents can take place at commercial buildings, at private residences, or on public property including parks, streets, or public transportation.
When you have been hurt because of the negligence or recklessness of a property owner, you may get compensation for your injuries from them. In order to collect on an injury claim in Pennsylvania, you must prove that the property owner or other responsible party failed to exercise reasonable care to prevent the injury by showing that certain conditions apply:
- The responsible individual or business failed to carry out the duty they owed you to help their property safe
- You were injured
- Your injury was caused by their failure
I have helped numerous clients with serious personal injuries to establish these conditions and win significant awards of damages based on premises liability. Contact me for a free consultation on the particulars of your case.
Dangerous conditions on premises
Premises can be deemed dangerous for many reasons, including faulty design, shoddy construction or building materials, poor maintenance, dangerous clutter, or inadequate safety measures. There are a lot of dangerous conditions and events on premises that can lead to injuries:
Securing your future after serious injury
I am dedicated to the pursuit of justice and appropriate compensation for accident victims injured on premises. If you or family members have been hurt as a result of dangerous premises, contact me online or call 412-246-9235 for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your situation. When I accept your case, you owe nothing out of pocket until I recover compensation for you.
Law Office of John A Caputo services the following counties.