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Injuries Caused By Dangerous Property Conditions

When an accident on public or private property results in serious injury or death, the owner, tenant or manager may be held liable to pay damages in a premises liability claim. At the root of premises liability law is the legal responsibility to warn residents, visitors or patrons of any defects or hazards and to take appropriate action to remedy dangerous situations in a timely fashion.

When property owners, tenants or managers fail to live up to this responsibility and a serious or fatal accident occurs, premises liability law allows victims to file claims for damages.

We have obtained substantial recoveries in accident and injury cases involving liability for unsafe premises. Contact us for a free consultation and an honest evaluation of your premises liability case.

How Were You Injured?

At the Law Offices of John J. LaCava, LLC, in Stamford, our lawyers have substantial experience in premises liability claims involving both private and public property, including:

  • Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents on commercial premises and city, county or state property
  • Dog bites
  • Accidents at amusement parks and other recreational facilities
  • Negligent security resulting in an assault or other violent crime
  • Falls on ice or snow

Premises liability cases can be complex and are often hard-fought by property owners and their insurance companies. The negligence of a manufacturer, installer or construction contractor may also be a factor in your case. Our Stamford premises liability attorneys will apply more than 25 years of experience to the task of helping you seek the financial compensation you need to pay for medical care and lost wages or the impact on your family of a fatal accident on dangerous premises.

Taking Action

You can reach us at any of our three convenient Fairfield County locations by calling our office or contacting us online for a free consultation.

You will pay no fees unless we recover compensation in your case.