Legal responsibility for incidents that happen on someone else’s property because of unsafe conditions is known as premises liability. If you have been hurt while on someone else’s property, you are encouraged to speak with a lawyer who can help you understand and preserve your legal rights. Premises liability rules are complicated.
Injury severity can range from modest to severe in premises liability lawsuits. Head injuries, spinal cord injuries, shattered bones, and burn injuries are some of the most frequent injuries in premises liability accidents.
Premises liability injuries come in many different forms, from relatively minor wounds to wrongful death. The conditions and origin of the injury determine whether a victim experiences a fractured bone, a catastrophic injury, or the terrible loss of a loved one. The injured should retain legal counsel as soon as possible to pursue the compensation to which they are entitled if the accident was the property owner’s responsibility, regardless of the kind of injury they sustained.
Relatively Small Injuries
Premises liability mishaps could result in relatively small injuries. Even while bruises, scratches, lacerations, and fractured bones are unlikely to result in permanent harm, they can nonetheless serve as a basis for a premises liability claim.
Be sure to call our office at 617-338-7400 for a free consultation to learn more about premises liability in Boston.