In Pennsylvania, property owners owe a certain duty of care to visitors. The exact duty of care will depend upon the classification or status of the visitor, however. A person who is trespassing, for instance, is owed the lowest duty of care. A person who is invited onto the property is owed the highest duty of care. A licensee, who has permission to be on the property but may have not been explicitly invited, is owed a moderate duty of care.
If you were on another’s property in any situation and were injured, Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. may be able to help you recover compensation from the property owner or manager. We help clients with cases involving slip and fall accidents, dog bites, amusement park injuries, harm caused as a result of negligent security, and more. In any instance where a property owner failed to take reasonable steps to protect visitors, our Philadelphia premises liability lawyers are prepared to seek justice.
Find out how we can help with your case by calling (215) 608-2183. Your consultation is free!
Types of Properties Involved in Premises Liability Cases
Our attorneys, Kevin Marciano and Patrick MacAvoy, have over 35 years of combined experience to apply to your premises liability case. We know how to hold individuals, corporations, and government entities accountable for accidents and injuries that occur on their properties, and we are not afraid of carrying out the hard work it takes to find answers.
Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. can take on premises liability matters involving any type of property:
- Residential homes, apartments, condominiums, etc., whether rented or owned
- Commercial properties, such as amusement parks, restaurants, retail stores, etc.
- Property owned or managed by local, state, or federal government entities
You can seek fair compensation for medical treatment, ongoing care, lost earnings, pain, suffering, and more with the right legal counsel. Involve our Philadelphia premises liability attorneys and give yourself the best opportunity at a more stable future for you and your loved ones.
Contact our team today at (215) 608-2183 or contact us online. We look forward to helping you.