What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is a subset of personal injury law, or tort law. It implies that a property owner assumes responsibility for his or her property. If another person is injured because of a danger on that property, then the property owner might owe the injured person financial compensation for damages. Because premises liability law can be broadly applied, it’s important that Chicago residents speak with an attorney from Disparti Law Group if they think they might have been injured on a property due to its inherent dangers or the negligence of the owner.

Types of Premises Liability Cases

The range of possible scenarios is extensive. However, some of the most common premises liability cases involve the following issues:

  • Dog Bites
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Elevator and Escalator Injuries
  • Porch Collapse
  • Stair Collapse
  • Fires
  • Lead Paint Poisoning
  • Mercury Poisoning
  • Swimming Pool Injuries

These situations are among the more common premises liability issues that arise, but your case may still be valid if it is not on this list. If you believe you have been injured on a property and someone may be held liable, consider consulting with a legal representative because you could be owed financial compensation.

Contact a Personal Injury Attorney in Chicago

If you or someone you care about has suffered injury on another person’s property, then the attorneys of Disparti Law Group can help. Speak with our experienced team today by calling our Chicago offices at 888-861-7757, and learn more about how we can help you pursue financial compensation to cover your costs.