Premises Liability Attorney In Philadelphia And New Jersey

When property owners do not properly maintain their building or grounds, the end result can be serious injuries or even fatal accidents. All owners of commercial and residential properties have a duty to promptly address potential safety issues to make sure that guests and customers can visit without harm.

For more than 25 years, the lawyers at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., have represented clients who have been injured as a result of defective stairways and handrails, pothole/walkway defects, inadequate security and other property defects. We have offices in Philadelphia, Allentown, Reading and Lancaster in Pennsylvania and Cherry Hill in New Jersey.

When lessors, owners and management companies neglect to keep their property up to code and you are injured as a result, our lawyers will hold them accountable.

Tripping Accidents

It is the property owner's responsibility to keep premises safe and to inform visitors of all potential hazards such as wet floors, spills, uneven ground and objects in walkways. Inadequate warning can result in slip-and-fall accidents leading to serious injury and/or disability. Tripping may occur as a result of dangerous obstacles in one's path, such as uneven and broken pavement, trash or debris. The property owner's failure to remove these obstacles may result in serious injury.

Inadequate Lighting

Inadequate lighting may cause fall-down accidents that leave devastating injuries. To prevent serious falls and injuries, it is the responsibility of the property owner to provide adequate lighting. When a property owner fails to light a premises properly and you suffer an injury as a result, our lawyers will seek compensation for your pain, suffering and medical bills.

Building Code Violations

Proper maintenance of a building and strict adherence to building code requirements is an important responsibility of building owners. Building code violations, such as those involving electrical, plumbing or building maintenance, are potential causes of harm to residents, workers and visitors. It is the responsibility of owners to keep properties up to code and adhere to policies that will prevent accidents that can result in injuries.

It is important to take action in these cases as soon as possible. Premises liability cases often have additional complications compared to other injury cases due to the potential of many defendants. We encourage you to get in touch with an attorney at our firm as soon as possible.

To Talk To An Attorney At Soloff & Zervanos

To get in touch and schedule a free consultation with one of our premises liability attorneys, please call 800-724-2323 or email Soloff & Zervanos, P.C. Phones are answered 24 hours a day.

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