Premises Liability

A premises liability accident can happen on any property, private or public, inside or outdoors. Property owners can be held responsible for injuries sustained due to dangerous conditions. If you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result of a dangerous condition on property of another, call to speak with one of our dedicated attorneys.

We have extensive experience in premises liability cases. Whether the injury occurred on a sidewalk, a grocery store, an apartment building or any other property, the attorneys at DAG Law Firm, APC have a tremendous record of success. In order to achieve such results, our attorneys commence an immediate investigation to secure relevant evidence that is crucial to a successful outcome for our clients. With over 30 years of combined experience of representing injured clients, our attorneys are equipped to protect your rights and insure maximum recovery for your injuries.

1) Building Your Premises Liability Case

As a victim of a premises liability accident, it is important to secure evidence of the area where the accident occurred. The contributing factors can include a wet floor, poorly illuminated stairs, a damaged sidewalk or negligently maintained store flooring. We will carefully analyze photographs, witness reports, accident reports, and medical records to insure a positive outcome and maximize your recovery.

2) Common Injuries Associated with Premises Liability Accidents

Victims of premises liability accidents may suffer severe physical injuries including:

  • Broken bones and dislocation
  • Lacerations, contusions and abrasions
  • Amputation
  • Cosmetic disfigurement
  • Neck and spinal injuries
  • Traumatic head injuries
  • Death

3) Compensation for Injuries

If you or a loved one have suffered injuries as a result of a premises liability accident, you may be entitled to compensation for the following damages:

  • Payment for current and ongoing medical expenses
  • Payment for emotional and psychological distress
  • Payment for loss of wages and income earning ability
  • Payment for pain and suffering