When You Are Injured in an Unsafe Building:

Get the Right Premises Liability Lawyers for Your Premises Liability Claim

Building owners are legally responsible for keeping their buildings safe—for the people who live or work there, for guests, visitors, and customers, and for people passing by. When they fail to keep their property safe, death or injuries can result.

It should be a simple matter to file a claim for damages. But these cases can be complex. Was the owner aware of the danger? Was the injured person paying attention at the time? Were they trespassing? Was the victim a child or an elderly person? Because PA’s premises liability law can be complex, we recommend calling a premises liability lawyer if you were hurt on another person, business, we recommend calling a premises liability lawyer if you were hurt on another person, business, or municipality’s property.

Details like these can make or break a premises liability case.

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Experience and Know-How

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you need a skilled premises liability attorney on your side now. Gay Chacker & Ginsburg Philadelphia-based attorneys have a strong track record in winning money damages for clients in all kinds of personal injury lawsuits.

Whatever your injury, we will work with the insurance company to make sure that you get the money damages you are entitled to. We have handled a wide variety of cases, including:

Contact us now to learn more about how we can help in a premises liability case. There is no risk or obligation. We charge you no legal fees unless we recover money damages for you. Call us today at 800-529-4030 for a free consultation, and get the compensation you deserve.

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What Happens When a Guest is Injured at a Hotel?

Guests who get hurt during their hotel stay often have questions about hotel premises liability.  Hotel owners and managers owe a duty of care to protect guests. When they fail to adequately maintain the premises and repair any dangerous conditions and/or foreseeable hazards, those responsible could be held liable for injuries suffered by their guests on the property.

When Might a Gym Be Held Liable?

Any business owner has the legal duty to ensure his or her premises are in a reasonably safe condition for the people there. Due to the nature of the business, poor conditions at a gym can have dangerous consequences. Gym owners and managers might be held liable for injuries resulting from unsafe conditions. Read more about Premises Liability at the Gym

If you have been injured in a bar fight, nightclub assault, or an attack in a parking lot or public space, it might be possible to hold the property owner liable?

Owners of bars, nightclubs, restaurants, parking lots, and other properties that invite the public are required to keep their premises safe. This means not only keeping things in good repair but also taking adequate security measures. When they fail to do so, crimes happen and people get hurt. Read more about injury settlements from assaults here