Owners Need To Keep Their Property Safe

Property owners have a legal responsibility to keep their premises safe for others' use. When they fail in that responsibility, others can suffer serious injury. Some dangerous conditions may not be preventable. But when a property owner knows about a dangerous condition and does nothing to fix it, they may be liable for injuries others sustain on the property.

If you have been injured through what you believe was the negligence of a property owner, call Lee | Orlowski, LLC, to learn your rights and best course of action. You can reach our Albany office at 229-431-3036.

Types Of Dangerous Property Conditions

Some common types of incidents that can lead to a premises liability claim include:

  • Dog bites
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Amusement park accidents
  • Elevator or escalator accidents
  • Inadequate security contributing to assault
  • Fires
  • Water leaks or floods

These accidents can lead to a variety of injuries, from burns to fractures or head injuries. Some could be severe and require hospitalization, surgery or ongoing medical care. One of our attorneys at Lee | Orlowski, LLC, can analyze the details of your situation and advise you of the best way forward after you or a loved one has been injured on a dangerous property.

Find Out How Lee | Orlowski, LLC, Can Protect Your Rights

One of our knowledgeable lawyers at Lee | Orlowski, LLC, can listen to your situation and inform you of your rights and how your case might best be resolved. In the Albany, Georgia, area, schedule your free initial consultation by completing our online form.