Property owners may be legally responsible for injuries sustained on their premises. The law of premises liability applies to large property owners such as big box retailers, super markets, shopping centers, malls, office buildings, parking lots and to individual homeowners. Property owners may be negligent due to their failure to properly maintain property, to timely and properly shovel snow, for failing to put down sand, salt or ice melt in the winter, for failing to properly maintained floors, stairs or walkways, for having wet floors, uneven surfaces and for other defective conditions.
Under Connecticut law, if you are able to prove that a property owner is legally negligent, or at fault, for your injuries you can collect for your economic losses, including medical bills and lost wages, and for your non-economic losses, including pain and suffering, loss of life’s enjoyment and the long term effects of your injuries.
Over the years we have handled many premises liability claims. In so doing we have earned a reputation for honesty, integrity and results. If you, a family member or friend has been injured on someone else’s property, please contact us to discuss the details at 877-287-8203 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will answer your questions, evaluate your claim and explain your options at no charge. Our pledge is to provide responsive, superior legal representation.