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Whether they are people or companies, property owners have a legal obligation to keep their premises safe for certain visitors. Businesses open to the general public need to eliminate hazards and unsafe conditions for the safety of all visitors, and private property owners are expected to warn any invited guests of any potential dangers.
When property owners fail to maintain safe premises, people may sustain extremely serious injuries. In these cases, the property owners can be held liable for the damages that results from such injuries.
Did you suffer injuries or was your loved one killed because of unsafe conditions on another party’s property? You should immediately seek the help of an experienced Pennsylvania premises liability attorney.
Ciccarelli Law Offices assists clients throughout Chester County with premises liability claims, including such communities as West Chester, Malvern, Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Lancaster, Kennett Square, Radnor, and Plymouth Square. We will put your needs first and keep you regularly updated throughout your case. Our firm will anser all of your questions and adress every one of your concerns.
We handle these cases on a contingency fee basis, so you never pay us anything unless we get you compensation. Our firm can provide a thorough evaluation of your case and discuss your legal options when you call (610) 719-3190 to schedule a free, no obligation consultation.
In order for a person to establish that a property owner was negligent, the four following conditions must be proven:
The plaintiff (person filing the lawsuit) will fall into one of three categories of visitors in these types of claims:
There are many types of incidents that occur on another party’s property that result in premises liability claims. Examples include, but are not limited to:
People who are hurt on another party’s property may sustain injuries that vary in severity. Some of the types of injuries include, but are not limited to:
Under Pennsylvania Code Title 42 § 7102(a), damages in a premises liability claim are subject to being reduced or prohibited, depending on the percentage of fault that is attributed to the plaintiff. State law prohibits plaintiffs from recovering damages if they are 51 percent or more at fault for their injuries.
If plaintiffs were 50 percent or less at fault, the damages are reduced by the amount of fault attributed to them. This means that a plaintiff whose damages total $10,000 but is found to be 50 percent at fault would ultimately receive $5,000.
The types of damages a plaintiff may be awards depend on the specific circumstances surrounding his or her injury. They generally fall into one of three categories:
Chester County Premise Information — This website provides the types of information about premises that may be entered in the Chester County Computer-Assisted Dispatch (CAD) system. There are also links to the CAD Update Form and PA Premise Alert Program.
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If you sustained an injury or your loved one was killed because of a property owner's negligence, you should seek the help of Ciccarelli Law Offices. Our knowledgeable premises liability attorneys work as a team and provide legal services on a contingency basis so our clients pay absolutely nothing unless we obtain financial awards for them.
Our firm represents people all over the greater Chester County area as well as Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Lancaster County, and Delaware County. Let us review your case by calling (610) 719-3190 to arrange a free consultation.
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