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Property owners who fail to maintain a safe environment for visitors, customers, or tenants can be held liable for injuries caused by hazardous conditions on the premises. These hazardous conditions may cause you to slip, trip or fall. If you were injured due to the negligence of a property owner, you have the right to obtain compensation for your injuries.
To hold a home or business owner accountable for the injuries sustained in a premises liability case, the plaintiff must prove that the property owner or an employee acting on their behalf:

  • Caused the hazardous condition
  • Knew about the dangerous condition and did nothing to correct or repair it
  • Should have known about the hazardous condition on the premises

If the owner or employee was aware of the condition and it caused an injury, the victim is eligible to obtain financial compensation to cover medical expenses, loss of income, as well as pain and suffering. Remember, all negligence cases hinge on the claim that the defendant did not act reasonably despite possessing the responsibility to do so.
We are prepared to take your case to court. We will protect your best interests, advise you every step of the way, and help you find the justice you deserve.
We only charge you legal fees if we win your case, and only after we win. If you are or a loved one has been injured as a result of a slip, trip or fall and would like to speak to an experienced attorney, please call us at (508) 598-7060 or email us at for a free initial consultation.