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Were You Injured On Someone Else’s Property?

Property owners have a responsibility to keep their property safe from all kinds of hazards, and they can be legally liable if they don’t. At Schlachman, Belsky, Weiner & Davey, P.A., our attorneys have had significant success prosecuting these hard-fought cases, in Baltimore and throughout the State of Maryland.

Do I Have A Premises Liability Case?

A variety of injuries fall under the umbrella of premises liability. The scenarios we encounter most frequently include:

  • Shopping mall and retail store accidents: These often involve severe slip-and-fall cases caused by an unmarked wet floor or walkways that have not been cleared. Broken bones, concussions and other significant injuries can result.
  • Animal attacks: An attack involving someone else’s animal is technically a matter of unsafe property. Unfortunately, these incidents often involve children.
  • Negligent security: When you are attacked or assaulted in a public space, you may have a claim against the property owner if there weren’t adequate security measures in place.
  • Amusement parks: Broken bones, concussions and other injuries can result if you’re hurt on a roller coaster, water slide or another theme-park ride.

This list is not comprehensive, so please contact our lawyers if you have specific questions about your case. We have advocated for clients’ interests after construction site injuries, amusement park incidents, and many other accidents as well.

Get The Help You Need To Win

Property owners have a lot at stake in cases like these, so they tend to mount incredibly strong defenses against any claims. To win, you will need a seasoned legal team that can convincingly demonstrate the truth of your story.

Contact us as soon as you can to discuss the details. You can reach us through our online form or by email at our Baltimore office: 855-865-6185.

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