What Are Common Premises Liability Injuries?

Posted By Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law

20 Jun. 2017

Premises liability refers to a property owner or operator’s legal liability for injuries which occur due to unsafe, hazardous conditions on the property. Premises liability cases can exist on public or private property and can include accidents involving slip and falls, inadequate security, fires, animal or criminal attacks, construction sites, swimming pools, and falling equipment.

These types of personal injury cases can result in serious, debilitating injuries which may require a lifetime of medical care and treatment. Compensation in a premises liability case may include the past and future medical expenses, lost wages, physical pain and suffering, disfigurement, mental anguish.

The following are the most common types of premises liability injuries:

If you’re looking for an experienced premises liability attorney in New Jersey to help pursue your entitled compensation for your injury, look no further than Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law. With millions of dollars recovered in settlements and verdicts for clients, we are familiar with the complexities of these types of cases and know what it takes to get the most favorable outcomes possible.

Contact us and schedule a free consultation today.

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