Rhode Island Premises Liability Lawyers
You shouldn’t have to worry about your safety at someone else’s home or business. That’s something that should be considered long before you arrive. Unfortunately, injuries happen all the time because property owners and their contractors fail to address unsafe conditions. This is where premises liability comes into play.
If you were hurt because of unsafe property conditions, your injuries may be costing you thousands in medical bills, and you may even be unable to work. The Bottaro Law Firm, LLC represents clients throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island who have been injured on private and public properties, and we’re ready to fight for you too. If you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property, contact us today—just call (401) 777-7777, and let us put our experience to work for you.
Dangerous Property Conditions Can Cause Serious Injury
Hazardous property conditions may not always be obvious. Common causes of injuries on public or private properties include:
- Assaults resulting from inadequate security
- Assaults and injuries resulting from inadequate lighting
- Falling objects
- Negligent property design
- Safety regulation and protocol violations
- Slips and falls due to wet surfaces or poorly maintained properties
- Malfunctioning elevators and escalators
- Spills or recently mopped and waxed floors
- Loose or missing railings
- Dog bites or animal attacks
If you were hurt on another’s property, contact an experienced premises liability attorney today. You’ll need a legal team to investigate your case as soon as possible to avoid losing vital evidence, and the lawyers at the Bottaro Law Firm, LLC want to help.
Public Property Injury Laws
If you were injured on public property, such as land or a building owned by the state or a local municipality, there are special laws that apply to your claim. These specific laws require you to provide certain parties with notice of your intent to file a personal injury claim. If you fail to provide this notice on time, the government may be able to deny payment of just compensation for your injuries. Don’t jeopardize your potential rights to compensation—seek legal help right away. We’re available to assist you 24/7—just call (401) 777-7777.