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Premises Liability

The legal basis for a premises liability case is that property owners have a duty to make sure their premises are reasonably safe for others. Premises liability can include any land or building that is considered to be someone’s property. 
 
When a person has an accident and is injured on someone else’s premises, the property owner can sometimes be held responsible. Premises liability cases are commonly referred to as “slip and fall” cases, because many of these claims arise when a person slips, falls or trips due to a dangerous condition on a property.
 
If you have been the victim of a premises liability case in Pennsylvania, contact Thomas Kenny serving Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties.
 
To build a solid premises liability or slip and fall case, the party should be able to prove that a property owner knew or should’ve known a danger existed on their premises and had adequate notice to fix the dangerous condition, yet failed to take the necessary steps to fix it in a certain amount of time. A premises liability claim can also exist if the owner caused or created the dangerous condition.
 
Depending on the cause of the accident, you may be entitled to compensation if you are injured on someone else’s property. 
 
When you need a Pennsylvania lawyer who understands the trials and tribulations that come with being the victim of premises liability case contact Thomas Kenny. Available 24/7 to answer all of your questions about your particular case at 215-423-5500 or 215-266-8544