Holding Negligent Property Owners Accountable

When you are out running errands, visiting shops, walking down the sidewalk or staying at a resort, hotel or residence, you expect that property owners will take steps to ensure their premises are safe and free of hazards. In fact, property owners are required by law to provide a hazard-free environment, and if there are possible dangers, warnings must be clearly posted to notify patrons.

When property owners are negligent, you can fall and get hurt. If this happens, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries. At The Law Offices of Joseph T. Joseph Jr., LLC, we use our experience and knowledge to hold property owners accountable for their negligence.

Holding Property Owners Accountable

Our attorneys understand the intricacies involved in slip-and-fall claims and have helped many clients recover compensation for their injuries and financial losses.

Common types of property defects that contribute to slip-and-fall accidents include:

  • Uneven or broken steps
  • Broken or missing handrails
  • Spills and wet floors
  • Cracks and holes in pavement
  • Poor lighting
  • Weak and collapsing structures

We know that even when you act with a reasonable degree of safety, these conditions can cause dangerous property conditions and result in accidents.

Investigating Your Case And Fighting For You

If you have been injured on someone else's property, contact our office today. Call us at 866-522-1402 to speak with a personal injury lawyer. Our attorneys will evaluate your case, investigate the incident and seek compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, pain and suffering, and mental anguish. All initial consultations are free, and we do not collect a fee unless you recover compensation for your injuries and losses. We serve injury victims throughout Ohio.

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