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No shopping mall in the United States has more square feet of retail space than the King of Prussia Mall in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The mall is popular attraction for tourists, attracting several thousands of visitors every day. Unfortunately, this level of activity makes it incredibly common for some people to be hurt in such incidents as:
Victims injured while visiting the King of Prussia Mall may suffer broken bones or severe fractures in falls on the property. However, other people who are involved in more serious accidents can sustain catastrophic spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that result in enormous medical bills and require years or even lifetimes or rehabilitation.
It is important to understand that the mall is not necessarily liable just because a person is injured on its property. However, if the mall was previously notified about a dangerous condition on its property and made no effort to correct the matter, then it could be considered negligent and held liable for the financial damages that the victim suffered.
The insurance companies for the mall and its stores will do whatever they can to deny liability in these cases. They will frequently claim that there was no way to have been able to foresee an accident occurring, and insurance adjusters may even allege that a victim’s own carelessness was the direct cause of his or her injuries.
If you sustained serious injuries or your loved one was killed in any kind of accident at the King of Prussia Mall, the experienced premises liability lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices can work as a team to develop the strongest possible case. We will review previous reports made to police and the mall’s history of similar incidents, and our firm will do this as part of providing legal representation on a contingency fee basis so you do not pay anything unless we get you financial compensation.
You can have our King of Prussia Mall Accident attorneys review your case during a free consultation when you call (610) 719-3190 today. We help people from all over Chester County, Montgomery County, Lancaster County, Delaware County, and Philadelphia County.