Premises Liability

Premises Liability Attorneys in Hartford, CT

Premises liability states that a property owner is responsible for any damages or unsafe conditions that have caused an injury to a guest. If you have been invited onto someone else’s property, you should not have to worry that you will be subjected to a potentially dangerous environment. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. It is important to be aware of some of the most common ways in which a property owner can violate his or her duty to keep visitors safe.

If a property owner has failed to upkeep his or her property according to local, state and federal regulations, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for resulting damages suffered. By hiring a Connecticut premises liability lawyer and filing a premises liability claim, you can hold the property owner responsible.

This area of law is designed to ensure that residential and commercial property owners and managers maintain safe premises for guests and occupants. It is important to understand your rights if you or a loved one has suffered injury from a negligent property owner or manager.

Get the help you deserve from McCoy & McCoy. Our principal lawyer, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy – a distinction that fewer than 0.5 percent of all Connecticut lawyers have earned. We have been representing victims and their families throughout Connecticut since 1960, and we are well-known for maximizing full and fair compensation.

Common Places With Unsafe Conditions

Stores

Grocery/retail

Elevators

The pedestrian injury attorneys are located in Hartford, CT & New Haven, CT. We are happy to come out to your location to meet with you if distance is an issue.  

Swimming Pools

Homes

Seasonal living

New England – snow and ice accidents

Hotels/Resorts

Amusement Parks

Parking Lots & Garages

Office Buildings

Restaurants/ bars

Movie Theaters

Premises Liability FAQ

Who is Responsible for my Injuries?

If a property owner has failed to upkeep his or her property according to local, state and federal regulations, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for resulting damages suffered. By hiring a Connecticut premises liability lawyer   and filing a premises liability claim, you can hold the property owner responsible.

What is Needed to file a Premises Liability Claim?

Do I need to show proof that I was welcomed on the premise?

In order to determine liability, you must be able to show that you were either a social guest or an invitee. A property owner is not expected to maintain a safe property for visitors who were not expected or invited onto the premises.

This factor is usually not an issue when an accident has occurred on the property of a commercial business, such as a retail store. They have opened their doors to the general public and have subsequently taken on the responsibility of ensuring a safe environment.

If you have been involved in an accident, such as a slip-and-fall or falling object accident, that could have been prevented with reasonable precautionary measures, you should review the circumstances of your case with a lawyer immediately.

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Tell Us About Your Case Today

Premises liability cases can prove to be complex, so if you believe that you are entitled to compensation for the harm that you have endured, it is important to discuss the circumstances of your case with an experienced legal professional.

We understand how devastating it can be to suffer a serious injury, so we would like the opportunity to assist you in pursuing the full and fair compensation you deserve.

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