Helping You Recover From An Injury Sustained On Another’s Property

A person passes through a wide range of buildings, establishments and businesses in any given day — and usually does so without giving its safety or condition a second thought. Property and business owners are responsible for ensuring that a premises is safe, secure and doesn't pose any threat of injury, illness or death. When a premises isn't properly maintained or if specific warnings are not reasonably displayed in clear view, there are increased risks for slip-and-fall accidents, chemical exposure, environmental toxins, lead poisoning and other serious consequences.

Properties and their surrounding areas that are open to the public are required to be safe. If a hazardous condition on a premises causes an injury or fatal accident, the property owner or person in charge of maintaining the property may be held legally responsible for a person's injuries. At Lipton Law, our personal injury attorneys have the knowledge, experience and tenacity to help those injured in a premises liability accident obtain the financial compensation they need to move forward comfortably in life.

Premises Liability Injury Causes

Injuries and fatalities that occur on a piece of property are tragic incidents that, most of the time, could have been prevented had it not been for a property owner's negligence or failure to be properly repair or monitor property. Some dangerous conditions on a premises that can cause serious injury or death include:

  • Toxic or chemical spills
  • Broken stairs or inadequate security
  • Poorly preserved or repaired elevators
  • Wet or slippery floor conditions

Legal Experience You Can Rely On

An individual who suffers injury due to a dangerous or neglected premises may be able to seek compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost earnings and other damages from the property owner. The amount of compensation an injury victim or the family of a wrongful death victim may obtain in a premises liability claim in Michigan depends on the severity of the accident and the types of injuries sustained.

Proving liability in a Michigan premise liability case requires years of experience and a firm understanding of the law and legal system. At Lipton Law, our lawyers have over 100 years of combined experience and are dedicated to providing each and every one of our clients the personal attention they deserve. To find out how we can help you obtain compensation for your injuries from a negligent property owner, contact us online or call our office in Southfield at 248-557-1688 today.