If you were injured on someone else’s property in Philadelphia, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact a premises liability lawyer at Munley Law to discuss your case for free.
Under Pennsylvania law, property owners have a legal obligation to protect their visitors and guests from unnecessary harm. Hidden dangers can lead to serious injuries, and individuals who get injured are entitled to compensation for their injury-related losses. This includes not only medical bills, but also loss of income, pain and suffering, and various other financial and non-financial losses.
How do you know if you have a claim? The law is complicated, and the only way to assess your rights is to discuss your case with an experienced attorney. At Munley Law, we have been representing accident victims in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas for nearly 60 years. Our attorneys are experienced in holding property owners accountable for dangerous conditions, and we have a proven record of success in insurance settlement negotiations and at trial.
At Munley Law, we do not charge for our services unless we win your case. Your initial consultation is free and confidential, and we will help you make the important decisions at every step along the way. If the property owner’s insurance company offers a settlement, we will help you understand whether the offer is a fair representation of your losses. If you do not receive a fair offer and decide to go to court, we will execute an aggressive case strategy designed to secure an appropriate verdict from the judge or jury.
When you need to seek financial compensation for a premises-related injury, your choice of legal representation matters. At Munley Law, we have the experience and track record you need to feel confident in the outcome of your premises liability claim.
“I recommend Munley Law. I was very satisfied with the results of my case and how Munley Law fought on my behalf. They were patient, helpful and very courteous.” – Slip and Fall Client
“Munley Law did a great job with my 7-year-old son’s dog bite case. We were very satisfied. They took care of everything and got the job done quickly and efficiently.” – Dog Bite Client
Your Philadelphia Injury Lawyers for Premises Liability Claims
Our attorneys represent individuals and families in cases involving all types of premises-related accidents and injuries. We have decades of experience in cases involving:
- Slip and Fall
- Dog Bite
- Amusement Park Ride Accidents
- Power Line Injuries
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
- Toxic Exposure
- Asbestos Exposure
- Chlorine Gas Poisoning
- Dram Shop Laws
- Social Host Liability
- Negligent Security
- Burn Injuries
Q&A with Our Premises Liability Lawyers
Q: What should I do if I got injured at someone else’s home?
If you were injured at someone else’s home, you may be worried about getting into a legal dispute with your friend or neighbor. However, homeowner’s insurance covers premises-related accidents, and your claim will most likely involve an insurance settlement that does not result in any direct out-of-pocket cost to the property owner or tenant. Call a premises liability lawyer at Munley Law to learn more about the claims process.
Q: Are all businesses liable for their customers’ and patrons’ injuries?
In broad terms, yes. Pennsylvania’s premises liability law does not distinguish between different types of businesses, and commercial property owners owe the greatest duty to protect their visitors. We handle premises liability claims against all types of businesses in the Philadelphia area, including:
- Amusement parks
- Construction sites
- Hospitals and nursing homes
- Industrial centers and warehouses
- Sports and entertainment venues
- Supermarkets and big box stores
- Private residences
- Professional offices
- Public facilities
Q: How can I prove that I was injured as a result of a hazardous condition on someone else’s premises?
If possible, take photos of the place where you fell or the conditions that lead to your accident. Document any correspondence you have with the landlord or property owner regarding the incident. The most important thing you can do to prove your case is to seek legal representation as soon as possible. At Munley Law, we can quickly conduct an investigation and preserve any key evidence that proves your legal rights. We can also refer you to a trusted medical professional who can establish the cause of your injuries, and we can help you avoid mistakes that could jeopardize your financial recovery.
Q: Does Pennsylvania have a “one bite rule” for dog bite claims?
Yes. However, the rule is not as straightforward as it seems, and you do not need to prove that the dog has bitten previously in order to pursue a claim for financial compensation. Dog owners should take appropriate steps to prevent dog bites in the first place. When they fail do so, they can be held legally accountable.
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If you would like to speak with one of our Philadelphia premises liability lawyers, we invite you to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. To schedule an appointment at your convenience, please call (855) 866-5529 or submit your case online today.