Norristown Property Owner Negligence Claims Attorney
Premises liability involving dangerous property can involve an almost endless list of negligent acts perpetrated by property owners and owners’ agents. For instance, premises liability cases can result from negligence involving:
Slip and fall accidents
Broken stair rails
Cracked and broken sidewalks
Ice and snow on sidewalks
Injuries at the gym
Defective escalators and accidents
Retail restaurant injuries
If your accident occurs because of a negligent, dangerous or hazardous condition, you may be able to pursue a claim against the property owner, landlord, managing agent, general contractor or which ever person or entity caused or created the condition or allowed to remain without repairing or fixing the problem to recover money damages for your injuries.
You may also pursue a claim for damages against a state, county, city or other public entity if your accident occurs on government-owned property in Pennsylvania, such as a sidewalk. There are specific laws, rules and regulations involved when suing a municipality for premises liability that makes it more difficult than suing a private citizen, business or corporation. The statute of limitations is usually shorter and prior written notice of the specific condition is generally required.
Even if you believe that your actions partially contributed to your accident, it may be possible to receive money for the damages you suffered. Every situation is different and consulting with an experienced, knowledgeable premises liability lawyer is imperative. Anthony Gagliano is a Philadelphia-area personal injury attorney who understands the intricacies of property owners liability cases and can answer your questions and concerns. Read answers to some frequently asked questions about premises liability.
What recovery can I expect?
The law governing what damages can be recovered in a slip and fall or trip and fall case vary by state. In general, one can attempt to recover damages from the party responsible for your accident for the following:
Pain and suffering;
Loss of annuity;
Loss of pension;
Loss of Social Security income;
Loss of health care benefits;
Loss in the value of household services;
Loss of consortium – spousal relationships that have been negatively impacted by the injury.
Who can help me?
Mr. Gagliano has handled numerous cases in Philadelphia region and has a thorough understanding of the law, rules and regulations governing premises liability accidents. We have the resources to investigate the circumstances of your accident, hire experts, engineers, accident re-constructionists, photographers and other experts to win your case and get you the money you deserve. The sooner you call us, the better. It increases our chances of obtaining statements from the parties at fault before they speak with their insurance company or their lawyer. In addition, the sooner we can investigate the accident, locate witnesses, take photographs and begin to work up your case the better. Often the defendant quickly fixes the problem after you have been injured and before a photo was taken. Protect yourself and call now.
Mr. Gagliano represents clients throughout Southeast Pennsylvania including clients in Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, and Chester County. We offer free consultations and are available to drive to your location and meet with you if you are unable to travel.
Call Norristown Premises Liability Attorney, Anthony C. Gagliano, III
If you have been injured as the result of the failure of a property owner to maintain premises in a safe manner, or by some other property owner negligence, call Anthony Gagliano at (888) 486-4476 to discuss your rights to recovery compensation for your injuries or submit a free online inquiry. Maintaining an office in center city Philadelphia, Mr. Gagliano is conveniently located for easy access from all Philadelphia suburbs, including Norristown, Plymouth Meeting, Conshohocken, King of Prussia, Media, Ardmore and Bala Cynwyrd.