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Premises Liability

In many states, the owner of residential or commercial property has a duty to maintain the premises in such a way as to minimize the risk of injury to anyone legally visiting the building or property. This requires that they monitor property conditions for potential risks, and that they either fix any dangerous conditions, or that they provide adequate notice of such risks, so that visitors can avoid injury.

When you have been hurt on someone else’s property because of carelessness or negligence in the maintenance of that property, you want an experienced attorney to help you pursue full and fair compensation for all your losses. The attorneys at Barnard, Mezzanotte, Pinnie, Seelaus, LLP can help.

At the law office of Barnard, Mezzanotte, Pinnie, Seelaus, LLP, we bring more than 32 years of experience to injured people across Pennsylvania. We understand that every case is unique, and are carefully attuned to your needs and objectives. We take a results-oriented approach, using our considerable experience, skill, knowledge and resources to pursue the outcome you want. We know the stress and anxiety that come with uncertainty, and will keep you fully apprised of all developments in your case, as well as your options.

When You Are Injured on Someone Else’s Property

We provide comprehensive counsel to anyone who has been injured on residential or commercial property. We will carefully investigate the facts and circumstances of your accident, gathering and preserving all relevant evidence. We will prepare and file all necessary documents, and will be your advocate in all hearings or proceedings, including any dealings with insurance companies.

We handle all types of premises liability claims, including cases involving:

  • Wet or slippery floors or sidewalks
  • Broken steps, stairways, ramps, landings or other walkways
  • Dangerous or defective flooring, including tile, carpet, hardwood floors, linoleum and rugs
  • Cracked or broken sidewalks, alleyways, parking lots or parking structures
  • Inadequate security or lighting on residential or commercial property, leading to injuries in muggings or physical assaults, or to unnecessary tripping or falls

We will help you seek full and fair compensation for all your losses, including wages and income, medical expenses, and physical pain and suffering. We handle serious and catastrophic loss claims, from brain or spinal cord injury to paralysis, from amputation or loss of limb to wrongful death.