Premises Liability

Property and business owners have a legal obligation to create and maintain a safe environment for visitors and guests. This includes ensuring that they correct, repair, replace and post proper notice of any hazardous conditions that exist inside or outside of their premises.

If you have been injured while on another person's property, you need to do two things: Report the accident to the property owner or management of the premises and seek immediate medical attention for your serious injuries. You should also contact Rothchild Law Office to discuss your case and legal options.

We will conduct a full investigation into your case in order to prove that your injuries directly resulted from a property owner's negligent behavior.

Common Types Of Premises Liability Claims

  • Slip-and-fall accidents — Accidents involving slips, trips and falls can happen to anyone and occur anywhere. Hazardous conditions including uneven surfaces and slippery floors can lead to serious and debilitating injuries.
  • Swimming pool accidents — Swimming pool owners are required to take extra safety precautions to prevent accidental drownings and keep children and others safe.
  • Dog bites — Any dog can become aggressive and bite someone, and dog owners are required to keep a dog contained or leashed and to take extra precautions in cases where a dog has a history of aggressive behavior.
  • Explosions and fires — Property owners with hazardous and flammable materials on their premises must take extra precautions to prevent fires and explosions.
  • Assault and battery — If an assault occurs at a bar, nightclub or personal residence, a property owner may be held liable for failing to provide for the safety of guests or patrons.

Call or contact an attorney at our personal injury law firm today at 513-818-0217, to discuss your case and learn more about your options. All initial consultations are free and you pay nothing until we recover compensation on your behalf.