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Dangerous property conditions may lead to injuries

From time to time, Maryland residents may find themselves on property where the conditions are less than ideal. Conditions such as wet floors, poorly lit stairwells or walkways, building structural issues and broken railings are just a few concerns. There are numerous circumstances that could result in injury if property grounds are not properly taken care of or if adequate warning signs are not posted. Dangerous property conditions exist in a wide variety of places, and when someone does get hurt, they may have questions about who may be liable for their injuries.

If you are hurt on someone else’s property, premises liability law may come into question. Property owners are responsible for maintaining the safety of their land and buildings, whether those buildings are for residential or commercial use. If injury does occur and negligence on the property owner’s part is suspected, a personal injury claim may be pursued.

While there are many reasons a person could file a premises liability injury claim, one of the biggest causes for filing is a slip-and-fall accident. These accidents can lead to significant injuries that often require medical care, rehabilitation and time away from work and family to rest and recuperate. A list of common places where slip-and-fall accidents occur can be found on our Premises Liability. webpage.

Damages resulting from slip-and-fall incidents or other accidents related to dangerous property conditions can be quite significant. If you or someone you know has been injured on someone else’s property, it may be possible to seek compensation for those injuries. An experienced Maryland personal injury attorney would be able to answer any questions about premises liability issues and give valuable insight to your case.

Source: ewattys.com, “Baltimore Premises Liability Lawyer“, , Sept. 7, 2014