People enter the property of others for various reasons, including attending parties, performing work or shopping, among many others. When they do so, they have a reasonable expectation that they will be safe on the property and that the property will be free from dangerous conditions. When this is not the case, the property owner may expose themselves to significant liability for any ensuing injuries.
The level of a property owner's culpability is often contingent on the classification of the person entering onto the property. Those who are invited may be entitled to a higher standard of care than someone whon is trespassing on the property. There are various conditions existing on someone's property that could be considered dangerous. Such conditions include damaged flooring, improper lighting, inadequate security, dangerous animals and slip and fall hazards, among others.
Regardless of the condition that leads to injuries, the property owner may have liability if they knew of the dangerous conditions or should have known that they existed. Those who are victims of such dangers face a complex process to prove their cases, as well as the liability of the property owner. Engaging with a personal injury attorney with extensive experience in premises liability matters, such as the attorneys at Bruno & Bruno Law, can make establishing the required proof and analyzing the facts of their specific case an easier task that leads to an improved chance of having a successful claim.
The attorneys at Bruno & Bruno will work diligently on your behalf to help you obtain the compensation needed for medical expenses and lost wages, as well as for any other resulting expenses. Having an advocate experienced in premises liability claims can help those injured on another person's property establish a stronger case and prove the obligations of the property owner.
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