Have you been struggling to cope with the aftermath of a serious injury caused on someone else’s property? If so, you may be interested in learning more about whether you have the right to pursue a premises liability accident claim. After all, when another party’s negligence causes your injuries, you should not be stuck covering the costs.
However, premises liability accident claims in Delaware County can often be complex. If you are hoping to hold the liable party accountable and recover maximum compensation for your suffering, you need a Delaware County premises liability accident attorney you can count on. Contact Solomon, Sherman & Gabay for a free consultation where you can further explore your options for financial recovery.
Many victims of premises liability accidents are unaware that they have the right to pursue compensation for their damages. This is, in part, because premises liability accidents in Delaware County can take many forms. Some of the more common types of premises liability accidents our firm has handled include:
These are only a few of them or common types of Delaware county premises liability accidents we have seen in the civil court system. If you have suffered an injury and another type of premises liability accident, or if you were injured on someone else’s property and you are not sure whether you have grounds for a claim, be sure to contact our office to discuss your legal options further.
For the majority of premises liability accidents in Delaware county, the property owner will be found at fault. Property owners have an obligation under the law to maintain the safety and integrity of their premises for invited guests and patrons. If they failed to uphold his duty of care in any way, they can be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.
However, it is important to note that property owners only owe a duty of care to invited guests. This means someone who is trespassing on their property or committing a crime may not be able to obtain full compensation from the property owner.
Property owners also may escape liability by adhering to the open and obvious doctrine. Here, if a hazardous condition could be considered out in the open and obvious to other reasonable guests, the property owner may not be liable for a victim’s injuries.
The process for recovering the compensation you need following a premises liability accident may be overwhelming. That is why you need to retain a trusted Delaware county premises liability accident attorney to take on your case.
At Solomon, Sherman & Gabay, we offer no-cost, risk-free consultations to premises liability accident victims across Delaware county and the state of Pennsylvania. Claim yours when you fill out our convenient contact form or give our office a call at 215-665-1100 to get started on your case today.