! – Code snippet to speed up Google Fonts – > <! – End of code snippet for Google Fonts – > Skip to main contentSkip to navigation
Property owners have a legal duty to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition to prevent injury to persons lawfully on those premises. Too often, property owners neglect their legal duty and the premises are left in an unsafe or dangerous condition. An injured person has rights when they are denied safe conditions and get injured. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Peter D. Baron understand the difficulties victims and their families face and will work to obtain a just recovery.
Landowners must keep both the exterior and interior of the premises in a reasonably safe condition. When unsafe conditions exist and one gets injured, the owner can be held liable for the injuries suffered. The owner can be liable for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Examples of unsafe conditions which can cause one to slip, trip and fall include, but not limited to:
If you or a loved one suffered harm as a result of a slip, trip and fall or dangerous conditions, the Law Offices of Peter D. Baron is available to advise you of your rights and legal options. Please feel free to call us at 631-367-7000 or completing our online consultation form. Read about our clients’ experiences working with us here.
© 2023 Law Offices of Peter D. Baron, PLLC
Law Firm Website Design by The Modern Firm