Premises Injuries

Premises Liability

Personal Injury Attorneys for Slip and Fall Injury

At Stanley Law Offices, you’ll find a well-experienced premises liability lawyer who handles a full range of legal matters, focusing on holding people responsible for personal injuries that occur on others’ property.

Holding Property Owners and Managers Accountable

Property owners and managers of property are responsible for maintaining the premises. They must make sure that things are kept up so that visitors using the property aren’t injured.

When owners and managers fail to properly maintain their property, and when you or someone you love has been hurt because of it, your Stanley Law Offices’ premises liability attorney will work to hold them accountable for the harm caused. We will take effective legal action on behalf of personal injury victims.

We handle a wide range of premises liability actions, related to many different circumstances. We’ve served people who were injured on stairways without railings, or by dangerous conditions created on construction sites, or when snow and ice wasn’t properly removed:

  • Improper security
  • Broken stairs
  • Defective railings
  • Failure to remove snow and ice
  • Defective, warped or broken flooring
  • Wet floors without notice
  • Poorly designed entrances/exists

Our team of experienced trial lawyers has addressed premises liability issues in many different circumstances. We’ve represented people injured in hotels, stores, restaurants, apartment buildings and hospitals, among other locations. We offer six office locations, including Syracuse, Binghamton, Rochester and Watertown, New York, as well as Montrose, Pennsylvania.

Contact Us

If you or someone you care about has been injured on someone else’s property, the best way to take action is to talk with a premises liability lawyer. To schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at The Stanley Law Offices, contact us toll free at 800.608.3333 or 800.372.3760. Se habla español.

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