Handling All Types of Premises Liability Claims
Property owners have the responsibility to keep visitors safe. When they fail to do so, victims have the right to file what is often referred to as a premises liability claim. These claims involve serious personal injuries that leave victims with a wide range of stresses, both physical and emotional. Furthermore, victims may be unable to work and financially provide for their families. Victims may require compensation for medical care, pain, suffering, lost wages, and other costs. At our Connecticut law firm, we aggressively fight for victims of property owner negligence to help them obtain JUSTICE. Our bilingual, male-and-female team of lawyers bring over 40 years of experience to premises liability claims of all types, including:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Trip-and-fall accidents
- Staircase accidents
- Accidents involving falling objects
- Snow and ice accidents
- Dog bites
- Animal attacks
We handle claims involving properties of all types, including businesses such as grocery stores, department stores, shopping malls, strip malls, gas stations, bars, nightclubs and restaurants.
Committed to Aggressively Fighting for Victims of Property Owner Negligence
At our core, we are compassionate and very protective of our clients. This provides us with the motivation to fight harder for them, utilizing our considerable litigation skills in premises liability claims of all types. Our opponents and their techniques are extremely familiar to us. Our law firm’s attorneys have significant insurance defense experience. This experience provides a unique perspective and insight into these cases, strengthening our ability to work in the best interest of our clients.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Call (203) 332-7700 to discuss your case with one of our experienced Bridgeport and Stamford property owner negligence lawyers. You can also contact us via e-mail. Se habla español.
We represent clients statewide and handle all of our personal injury and medical malpractice cases on a contingency basis. There are no legal fees to pay unless we win.