Most property owners therefore are responsible and correctly care for their buildings. But there are a number of landlords and property owners which aren’t diligent in the care of the property, which can lead to serious injuries to visitors and occupants of the building. You may have the right to compensation in the event you were injured on someone else’s property as a result of negligent care.

Property owners are expected legally to take all practical measures to ensure their building is not dangerous. In the event they do not do so, and are aware of hazards which they fail to disclose, they are liable if anyone gets injured. Serious hazardous states include (but are not restricted to):

  • Defects that increase the risk of fire or accidents
  • Lack of adequate ventilation
  • Lack of light
  • Lack of sanitary facilities
  • Dilapidation and disrepair
  • Structural defects
  • Uncleanliness

In the event you are hurt in an unsafe and dangerous building, you need to talk with a premises liability lawyer who will be able to help you submit a claim for the injuries to make certain the negligent property owner is held liable. Do not delay, contact Naziri Law Firm now, TOLL FREE or (818)-888-6675 at (888)-9-GOT- LAW.