Sometimes, Even A Home Is Not Safe

Property and business owners have a responsibility to maintain safe conditions on the property they control. Business owners have a duty to provide adequate security and a structurally sound and hazard-free environment for customers and employees. Homeowners have a responsibility to maintain proper fencing to keep children from wandering into dangers on their property such as poles and trampolines.

If you have been injured on someone else's property, we can help. We are the property injury attorneys at Wood & Gresham, P.C. in Wrentham, Massachusetts.

You deserve compensation for your injuries and we can help you get it. To schedule your free initial consultation, call us at: 508-384-2008.

Premises Liability Accidents

When a property is not adequately maintained many types of accidents can occur, including:

  • Slip-and-fall
  • Snow and ice
  • Drowning
  • Trampoline accidents
  • Elevator accidents
  • Falling merchandise
  • Assaults and attacks
  • Parking lot accidents
  • Amusement park ride injuries
  • Construction accidents
  • Wrongful death

Common Hazards

Some common examples of hazardous conditions include:

  • Wet floors
  • Snow and ice
  • Locked fire exits
  • Construction debris
  • Faulty wiring
  • Potholes in parking lots
  • Inadequate warning signs
  • Merchandise stacked too high or unsafely
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Inadequate fencing to keep children out
  • Failure to maintain (such as elevators or automatic doors)
  • Inadequate security personnel
  • Abandoned buildings
  • Dangerous playground equipment

Who Is Responsible?

The person or business that controls the property is responsible for maintaining safe conditions. This can be the property owner or someone leasing the property. In some cases landlords can be held responsible for pre-existing property defects that cause injuries to tenants or guests. If you or your child has been injured on someone's property, please get in touch with our qualified attorneys today.

Injured On Someone's Property? Talk To Us.

Call 508-384-2008 or complete the online form to talk to the Foxborough property injury lawyers at Wood & Gresham, P.C. We offer free consultations and can travel to meet you at your home. Let us use our unique experience to get the compensation you deserve. Our reputation often leads to favorable settlements for our clients.