Dangerous Premises

**A property owner can be held legally responsible for serious injuries that occur on his or her property when the injury is caused by a dangerous property condition. These Dangerous Premises cases arise in a variety of contexts. The attorneys at the Kitsinian Law Firm have experience in representing customers, visitors, and patrons who were severely injured by an accident that was caused by a property owner’s carelessness, negligence or reckless actions.

A premises liability case can arise in many different scenarios.
While most people think that premises liability cases are limited to trip and fall or slip and fall cases, there are many other contexts in which property owners can be held responsible. Other examples include, criminal activity at apartment complexes that the landlord knew about, construction activity resulting in hidden dangers to visitors, or warehouse stores that stack heavy products on shelves. Simple falls can result in serious injuries. Slip and falls can result in traumatic leg, hip and back injuries.

The lawyers at the Kitsinian Law Firm are experienced at handling these cases and are often able to prove the store or property owner did not fulfill its obligation to keep its property safe.
Premises liability can involve many types of property. The following types of entities can be a defendant in a premises liability case:

Public entities, like a city or a school district
Homeowners
Building owners
Owners of vacant land
Apartment complex owners
Restaurants and bars
Gyms and fitness clubs

Our lawyers will conduct aggressive investigation and litigation to hold the careless property owner responsible for injuries that could have been prevented if the dangerous condition had been repaired in a timely fashion. If you have been injured from a dangerous condition call the Kitsinian Law Firm for a free consultation.

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