Every time you enter a building, whether it’s a bank, a hospital, or someone else’s home, you are putting a certain amount of trust in the hands of the property owner. You expect that the premises will be safe for you to enter, and that you will leave the building in the same condition you entered it; however, this is not always the case. Certain hazards within the premises may cause you to slip, trip, stumble, and fall. The results of the fall can cause serious injuries—but you may be eligible to receive compensation. That's where our personal injury lawyer in Erie can help. Since 1981, we've helped hundreds of clients receive compensation for their injuries, medical care, lost wages, ongoing treatment, pain and suffering, and more.
The injuries commonly caused by slip-and-fall accidents include:
If you have been involved in a slip and fall injury, it’s important to seek legal representation from an experienced Erie premises liability attorney as soon as possible. Contact the McNair Law Offices, PLLC. Our legal team will fully assess your case during a free consultation, getting you the answers you need while determining if you have a valid case.
Call (814) 389-1771 to schedule your free case consultation, or fill out our simple contact form online.
In Pennsylvania, property owners are legally responsible for providing an environment that is safe for all who enter. In order to ensure a premise is safe, property owners are required to take steps to correct any conditions that have the potential to be hazardous. When a property owner fails to remedy a hazardous condition that caused an injury, they can be held liable.
Liability falls on the shoulders of the property owner when:
In order to recover compensation for a slip and fall accident, having an experienced and knowledgeable Erie premises liability lawyer represent your case is critical. The personal injury attorney at the McNair Law Offices, PLLC, we are prepared to help you recover the damages that you are entitled to.
Call (814) 389-1771 for your free consultation today—we take no fee unless and until you win your case.