Connecticut law holds that property owners are responsible for accidents and injuries suffered on their property. When determining liability in these types of cases, the condition of the property and the status of the visitor are often the topics considered.
Some of the common types of premises liability cases that we take on include:
These accidents can be caused by a variety of different factors. Unsafe premises elements often play a major role in premises liability cases. If the cause of your injury came from unmaintained walkways, inadequate lighting, or poorly maintained stairways, the owner may be liable for any injuries suffered.
If you have suffered from an injury due to the negligence of a property owner, contact Carlson & Dumeer, LLC for aggressive representation from a Hartford personal injury lawyer.
There are two basic rules when proving fault of the property owner, the first is that the owner has a responsibility to maintain reasonably safe premises. If there are unreasonable risks to injury present on the property, the owner may be liable for injuries that follow. The second rule when it comes to these cases is that the visitor must be using the property in a normal manner. If acting in a reckless and unauthorized way, the owner may not be responsible for injuries suffered.
To be successful in your premises liability case, you must show that:
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