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Most people must visit properties that they do not own on a daily basis. While entering an unowned property, sustaining an injury is likely one of the last things on your mind. Unfortunately, due to negligent property owners, injuries on other people’s property occurs all the time. No matter the type of property, property owners are expected to maintain a hazard-free environment. Any property owner who fails to do so may be at fault for a premises liability claim.

Premises liability claims can stem from a variety of different causes and can occur on a variety of different properties. Premises liability accidents can result in serious injury and substantial financial loss. If you or a loved one recently experienced a premises liability accident, you should contact an Erie premises liability attorney. An experienced attorney can translate their understanding of Pennsylvania law into successful pursuits of compensation on your behalf. At Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman, attorneys have access to a wealth of experience and a history of success to draw from. With a 99.7 percent success rate and over 170 years of combined experience, Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman attorneys will stand by your side every step of the way in your premises liability claim.

Common Causes of Pennsylvania Premises Liability Accidents

Neglected properties can result in a variety of different hazardous environments. Some common causes of premises liability accidents include the following:

  • Slip and fall accidents: Slip and fall accidents are the most common cause of accidents in premises liability accidents. Slip and fall accidents can happen on commercial properties. For example, long-existing spill without a proper sign can cause an accident in a grocery store.
  • Swimming pool accidents: Swimming pool accidents are one of the most common causes of injuries in residential premises liability cases.
  • Dog attacks: Due to the legal definition of pets in Pennsylvania, dog attacks can fall under premises liability claims.

Regardless of the specifics of a premises liability case, one thing is held in common: negligence. There are a few key factors that must be present in order to establish negligence in a premises liability case.

For one, the hazardous condition of the property must have contributed to your injury. Additionally, the owner must have been aware of the hazardous condition of the property, or they should have had ample time to be made aware of said conditions. It should also be determined whether your injury occurred on public, commercial, government, or private property. Each type of property brings unique factors to your premises liability claim.

If you or a loved one were recently involved in a premises liability accident, you are likely dealing with injuries and financial hardship. This suffering is likely the result of someone else’s negligence. While your injuries cannot be undone, you can receive compensation to put a stop to your financial suffering. You should contact an experienced premises liability attorney. For a free consultation, contact Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman today. We are available 24 hours a day and will work endlessly in attempts to obtain compensation on your behalf.

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Make an appointment at our Pittsburgh office for your free consultation. We are confident that you will trust us with your legal needs and fight for what you deserve. We do not charge a fee for personally consulting with you. In every new case, our fee is only 25%. There is no fee unless recovery is made. We invite you to review the significant Pittsburgh, PA personal injury cases we have won.