Did you suffer an injury on commercial property? Premises liability laws still apply, whether a property is residential or commercial. Whether you fell on the sidewalk, got injured in the parking lot or hurt in a store or public bathroom, a commercial property owner has certain duties to its patrons. When these duties are not met and customers are injured as a result of such negligence, a premises liability claim can be made and damages sought.
Dedicated Commercial Premises Liability Lawyers in Connecticut
With our law office located in Wallingford, Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., serves the legal interests of injured people throughout Connecticut. If you or a loved one were hurt on commercial property, whether inside or outdoors, we are here to help you seek maximum compensation. Having a skilled and knowledgeable attorney will ensure a thorough analysis of your case as well as aggressive representation.
Tell us the facts surrounding your commercial property injury today in a free initial consultation. Call us toll-free at (203) 265-2035 or contact us online.
Who Is Liable for Your Injury?
Store-owners and other commercial property owners have a duty to their customers to keep premises in a reasonably safe condition. For example, if water was spilled in the aisles of a grocery store, the water must be cleaned up within a reasonable time. These duties exist to protect customers from unnecessary injury and harm. If a commercial property owner has breached any of these duties, he or she can be held liable for injuries sustained.
Damages can include past and future medical bills, lost wages from missing work due to your injuries, loss of earning capacity as well as any pain and suffering. You should not have to pay for the mistakes of a commercial property owner. From slipping on slippery or damaged sidewalks and storefronts to uneven parking lot pavement, we handle all types of commercial property cases.
People who have been hurt on commercial property should know that they must act immediately if they believe they have a claim. This is due to the fact that the law gives people two years under the statute of limitations to file their claim. Otherwise, the right to take legal action is lost forever. Do not lose your chance to take action now.
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation
We handle all premises liability cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you do not pay a cent unless our attorney recovers compensation on your behalf. To schedule your appointment at your earliest convenience, call us toll-free at (203) 265-2035 or contact us online. One of our New Haven, Connecticut, lawyers will help you.