Conshohocken Premises Liability Attorney
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If you or one of your family members was injured on another person’s property in Montgomery County, PA, the Conshohocken premises liability lawyers of Jacobs & Fishman, P.C. can help you fight for compensation. Perhaps even more importantly, we can work to hold the party who injured you accountable. By filing a claim or lawsuit on your behalf, our skilled attorneys may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills, the earnings you have lost, and other harm you have suffered due to your injuries.
For over 55 years, our trusted and knowledgeable legal team has fought on behalf of injury victims throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. Whether your injury occurred on residential, commercial, or public property, we can help you explore your legal options for pursuing the maximum compensation. To discuss a potential premises liability claim in a free legal consultation, contact Jacobs & Fishman online, or call us today at (610) 941-4250.
Premises Liability Claims Our Attorneys Handle
Whether you are shopping at a department store, entering the lobby of your apartment complex, or dining at your favorite restaurant in downtown Conshohocken, you expect safe conditions that will not endanger you or your loved ones. Unfortunately, property owners don’t always take the necessary steps to perform maintenance, repair defects, or remove hazards – which can lead to serious accidents and injuries.
At Jacobs & Fishman, P.C., our injury attorneys handle all types of premises liability claims, including claims involving public property, private property, residential property, and commercial property. Our attorneys can assist with claims involving injuries on or at:
- Amusement parks
- Apartment buildings
- Banks and post offices
- Bars and restaurants
- Convenience stores and pharmacies
- Escalators and elevators
- Fast food chains
- Gyms, pools, and spas
- Hotels and motels
- Office buildings
- Parking lots and parking garages
- Schools, colleges, and universities
- SEPTA stations and public transportation
- Shopping malls and retail stores
- Sidewalks and pedestrian walkways
Were You Injured on Someone Else’s Property?
Most premises liability claims involve accidental falls, such as falls from heights or slip and fall accidents. Though less common, claims can also arise from other types of property defects – for instance, fire hazards or electrical hazards that cause third degree burn injuries.
Falls and other accidents can produce a wide range of serious, potentially disabling or even fatal injuries. With decades of experience practicing personal injury law, the attorneys of Jacobs & Fishman, P.C. have handled a wide array of claims, and understand how to strategically build a case around the type of injury you have suffered. Premises liability injuries we handle include:
- Back injuries
- Bleeding and hemorrhaging
- Broken bones
- Bruises and contusions
- Burn and scald injuries
- Chemical and electrical burns
- Concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Cuts and lacerations
- Facial injuries
- Foot, toe, and ankle injuries
- Hand, wrist, and finger injuries
- Head and neck injuries
- Joint injuries
- Permanent scarring
- Puncture wounds
- Soft tissue injuries (sprains, strains)
- Spinal cord injury (SCI)
Suing for Injury on Private Property in Pennsylvania
When a property hazard causes an injury, the accident may give rise to a premises liability claim. This means the property owner, or other parties, may be “liable” (responsible) for injuries sustained on the “premises” (property). If the injury resulted from the property owner’s carelessness – for example, if negligent property maintenance led to an unsafe condition – the victim may be able to recover compensation.
In order to be compensated, the claimant or plaintiff must prove certain facts, which must be supported by evidence. For instance, it is necessary to show that the property owner’s actions – or in some instances, the lack thereof – were what caused the accident and resulting injuries.
There are two general approaches to pursuing compensation: negotiating a settlement outside of court, or going to trial, which is called “litigation.” Though most personal injury cases are settled through negotiation before trial ever begins, our attorneys will begin preparing for the possibility of litigation from day one, ensuring that we are ready with a focused and aggressive strategy at each stage of your case. If the negligent party is unwilling to make a reasonable settlement offer, we will be ready to argue your case in court.
Throughout the process, we will work to maximize the value of your claim. Depending on the nature of your injuries and how they affect your life, it may be possible to recover compensation for:
- Diminished earning capacity
- Future medical treatment
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Lost earnings
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
Injury victims should keep in mind that claims are time-sensitive – particularly in cases involving public property, which are subject to special legal rules. The sooner you can consult with an attorney, the stronger of a position you will be in when seeking damages.
Conshohocken Premises Liability Lawyers Can Help You File an Injury Claim
If you were injured on another person’s property, on government property, or on property owned by a business or landlord, look to the injury lawyers of Jacobs & Fishman, P.C. for support. With decades of combined experience, our Conshohocken premises liability attorneys have the skill, the strategy, and the resourcefulness to handle your claim with care and precision. We will fight tirelessly to obtain compensation for you and your loved ones – and will never charge you any fees unless we succeed. To talk about your legal options in a free consultation, contact us online, or call our law offices at (610) 941-4250 today.