Accidents On Someone Else's Property

Property owners have a duty to keep their property safe and free from hazards. If you are hurt on someone else's property as a result of unsafe conditions, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries. This area of personal injury law is known as premises liability.

The Hartford, Connecticut, law firm of Brignole, Bush and Lewis, LLC, is dedicated to representing people who have been injured through no fault of their own. Property owners who are negligent or unresponsive to complaints about unsafe conditions need to be held accountable, and our lawyers have decades of experience and a long record of success in this regard.

What Exactly Is Premises Liability?

Because it encompasses a variety of situations and incidents, premises liability can be a difficult concept to grasp. If you think you have a case regarding a premises liability claim, contact our veteran attorneys for a free consultation about your case.

Some examples of premises liability cases can include:

  • Slip-and-fall injury cases, which could occur due to slippery conditions inside a retail store, for example, or due to an icy sidewalk; you could also get hurt by tripping and falling due to uneven pavement, an improperly set-up display at a store, or some other hazard
  • Injuries from dog bites
  • An injury sustained at a nightclub or bar due to negligent security

You should seek medical attention right away in these cases, but try to record the details of your accident — where it happened, names of witnesses, and other facts to help bolster your case.

Contact our attorneys today for a free consultation about your premises liability case. Call us at 860-856-8361. You can also complete and submit your information via our online contact form.