The term “premises liability” refers to a wide range of cases brought against negligent property owners, managers and their insurance companies. In some cases, property owners violate critical building codes or knowingly ignore dangerous conditions resulting in serious injuries.
If you have been injured in an accident caused by dangerous property conditions, the lawyers of Fuicelli & Lee, PC, can help. Contact our law office today by calling 303-355-7202 . We offer a free case evaluation.
Some common types of “premises liability” cases include:
In any given premises liability case, negligence on the part of the property owner or maintenance company is often hotly contested. Because of this, it is necessary to immediately secure evidence (pictures of the dangerous condition) to prove the condition was dangerous and that the property owner knew or should have known about the condition. In many cases, Fuicelli & Lee, PC, will hire experts in building codes and safety issues to prove liability against the property owner or manager.
The lawyers at Fuicelli & Lee, PC, are experts in handling premises liability and slip, trip and fall cases. If you or a loved one has been injured by the negligence of a property owner or manager, call or email a personal injury lawyer for a free assessment of your case. We take great pride in our extraordinary level of client service and are here to help.
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