What To Do After Being Injured On Someone’s Property

Accidents may occur if a property owner has not installed adequate security, or if a defective or dangerous condition exists on the premises. After being injured on someone’s property, you likely have many questions regarding the accident. Property owners are responsible for keeping their property safe and reasonably maintained so that visitors are not harmed. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, it is vitally important to contact an experienced premises liability attorney to discuss whether you have a claim against the property owner and how to proceed.

The lawyers at the Waldman Legal Group have handled all types of premises liability claims, including the following:

  • Slip/Trip and fall
  • Trip and fall
  • Inadequate security
  • Dog Attacks
  • Defective or dangerous conditions
  • Attractive nuisances (Pools, Spas, Ponds)
  • Improperly maintained property (Defective Stairs, Railings, Roofs or Floors)
  • Building collapses
  • Construction accidents

If you or a loved one has been injured on someone else’s property as a result of a criminal act, misconduct, or the negligence of the property owner, contact the lawyers and the Waldman Legal Group. Attorney Steve Waldman or any of our highly qualified lawyers will provide you with the legal guidance you need and the answers to any questions you may have about your case.

Call us today at 713-688-4878 for your free accident consultation today.

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