Injuries from Poorly-Maintained Property

02-11-2016

Injuries from Poorly-Maintained Property

When a property owner fails to properly maintain their premises, visitors may suffer serious accidents or personal injuries. Most of the time, accidents happen when there is some dangerous or defective condition on the property that causes a visitor to slip or trip. The Charleston slip and fall lawyers at Steinberg Law Firm have handled many of these cases and have the knowledge and understanding to seek compensation on your behalf.

Types of Injuries Caused by Neglected Property

There are many different situations that can form the basis of a premises liability case like these. Some examples of common slip and fall hazards due to poorly maintained property include:

  • Inadequate lighting
  • Elevators or escalators not operating properly
  • Damaged or missing handrails
  • Dangerous or uneven floor surfaces

Slip and fall accidents can lead to a wide variety of serious injuries, depending on the type of fall. Some of the more serious injuries that may result include:

At Steinberg Law Firm, we have decades of experience handling all types of premises liability cases. If you are unsure whether you have a case, we will go over it with you during a free consultation. You can contact our Charleston, Goose Creek, or Summerville offices by dialing 843-720-2800, or by filling out the “Free Case Review” form located above.

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