Premises Liability Lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall, swimming pool accident, or other hazards, the premises liability lawyers at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC are ready to hear about your personal injury case in Rockville, MD. We regularly fight for victims of unsafe or defective conditions on commercial, municipal, or private property in Montgomery, Frederick, Prince George’s counties, and the surrounding areas.

What Is Premises Liability?

Property owners have a certain duty of care, or responsibility, to keep things safe and in good repair for visitors. Premises liability laws hold the owner of a property accountable for accidents or injuries that happen on their property.

Many accidental injuries fall under premises liability law.

  • Dog Bites & Animal Attacks
  • Slip & Falls Or Trip & Falls
  • Unsafe Stairs, Steps, Or Sidewalks
  • Icy Sidewalks, Slippery Or Wet Floors
  • Trip Hazards — Like Hidden Cords
  • Unsecured Swimming Pools
  • Escalator & Elevator Injuries
  • Ceiling Collapse
  • Falling Objects
  • Fires & Electrocution
  • Inadequate Lighting

You Have Questions, We Have Answers

When you get hurt on someone else’s property, knowing your rights and the owner’s responsibilities can get complicated. Is the property owner or landlord responsible? Can I be compensated for medical bills and missed work? The property owner says it’s all my fault, do I still have a premises liability claim?

Your specific case will depend on many factors in Maryland. Hiring an experienced personal injury attorney familiar with premises liability law in our state is essential.

  • Were you an invitee, licensee, trespasser, or bare licensee?
  • Did your injury happen because of a failure to remove or label a hazard?
  • Could the accident have been prevented through regular property upkeep?
  • How obvious was the danger, and how long was it there?
  • Was a child hurt because of an unguarded “attractive nuisance”?
  • How long has it been since your accident?

Common Premises Liability Injuries

Falling can lead to severe personal injuries. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists slip-and-fall accidents as the leading cause of traumatic brain injuries. Dangerous conditions on a property can lead to a wide range of serious injuries such as broken hips and damage to ligaments.

Whether you are on private property, public property, or government property, accidents can happen. When your injuries are due to someone else’s neglect, you should consult with a premises liability lawyer.

  • Fractures & Broken Bones
  • Dangerous Chemical Exposure
  • Burns & Electric Shocks
  • Neck, Head & Back Injuries
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Scarring & Disfigurement
  • Nerve Damage & Paralysis
  • Drowning
  • Wrongful Death

Who Is Responsible For Your Injury?

Unfortunately, some landlords, property managers, and businesses fail to properly maintain their properties. This neglect creates hazardous conditions for other people who are legally allowed to enter the premises.

  • Spilled liquids or debris on floors in stores, bars, and restaurants, creating slippery conditions.
  • Poorly scraped, slippery parking lots, sidewalks, and stairs create serious slip-and-fall accidents.
  • Poorly maintained, uneven pavement causing a trip hazard.
  • Poorly maintained or improperly lighted stairwells.
  • Rusted, loose, or unstable railings that lead to falls in a stairwell.
  • Improperly stacked goods on store shelves lead to crushing injuries as items fall.
  • Poorly maintained decks, leading to instability or collapse.
  • Unsecured or poorly maintained swimming pools.

Holding Property Owners Accountable for Your Injuries

Failure to remove hazards, failure to warn guests of potential hazards, neglected maintenance and inspections, and not securing pets or attractive dangers, like swimming pools and trampolines.

We hold owners of all types of properties responsible for their neglect and subsequent injuries.

  • Apartment Buildings
  • Nightclubs & Concert Venues
  • Supermarkets
  • Department Stores
  • Shopping Malls
  • Restaurants
  • Hospitals
  • Gyms
  • Hotels

What To Do After A Slip & Fall Accident

If you are seriously injured on someone else’s property, get medical attention as soon as possible. There are other steps to take to protect and record the evidence in your case.

  • Report your accident immediately and get a written report.
  • Keep a record of your accident and any injuries, including pictures of the scene, the contact information of any witnesses, and all of your medical visits and bills.
  • Contact our Maryland premises liability attorneys.

How We Help You After A Slip, Fall, Or Other Accident

You have enough to worry about. Don’t let important deadlines pass you by or fair compensation get lost in the details. Let us help you build, protect, negotiate, and fight your premises liability case.

  • Investigate Your Claim
  • Collect Evidence
  • Interview Any Witnesses
  • Hire Expert Witnesses
  • Identify & Pursue Everyone Responsible
  • Determine What Your Claim Is Worth
  • Negotiate Your Settlement
  • File Your Lawsuit

How Much Is Your Premises Liability Case Worth?

Personal injuries, levels of responsibility, and degrees of neglect are not a one size fits all formula. The value of your premises liability case and the types of damages you can claim will depend on many factors. We will make sure your case represents the big picture of not only who is responsible but how you have been and will be affected by your injuries.

  • Injury Related Medical Costs — Past, Current & Future
  • Lost Work Earnings — Past, Current & Future
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Inconvenience
  • Loss Of Consortium — Love, Affection & Companionship

Get Legal Advice Today

Schedule your free consultation today. Filing a lawsuit is never a simple thing to do. If you or someone you love has been hurt on someone else’s property in Rockville, MD, consult with the experienced personal injury attorneys at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC.

We will provide the legal counsel required to make informed decisions and guide you through the process of filing a premises liability claim. We look forward to evaluating your case, protecting your rights, and maximizing your recovery.

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Trevor Rose

Trevor Rose

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Virginia Tehrani

Virginia Tehrani

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