Premises liability is a field of personal injury law that helps victims who have been hurt or injured on another person’s property. If potential dangers exist on a property, a property owner must inform and warn visitors of these possible hazards. A failure to address these issues could result in a premises liability lawsuit filed by the injured party.
A person may file a premises liability lawsuit if he or she has been injured due to:
- Wet or slippery surfaces
- Stair or porch collapse accidents
- Swimming pools accidents
- Unstable or uneven walkways
- Hidden or latent obstacles
- Injuries in elevators or on escalators
- Slip and fall accidents
- Other dangerous elements
- Poisoning from lead paint or mercury
If you think you have a premises liability case, or have been injured or had an accident in a similar situation as listed above, contact the law firm of Morici, Longo & Associates. Our knowledgeable Chicago personal injury attorneys are available to speak with you Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm. Call our office today at (312) 779-0366, or click here to schedule a FREE consultation to discuss your options.