Renter? You have rights…

What happens if you’re injured at your apartment complex?

Renting is becoming more and more common. So injuries at rental homes or apartments are becoming more so too. Maybe the landlord or apartment management company hasn’t addressed an issue in the home or at the apartment complex. What happens next? What if the injury’s already happened as a result of your landlord’s negligence?

Injuries at Rentals

It happens very frequently, our Team at Stanley Law gets calls all the time. Our advice is always, always, always, keep a running track of all your complaints with your landlord about the fact of dangerous conditions. Your number one goal of course is so that they get fixed and so you don’t get injured. The most likely people to get injured are you and your family using the building. The second reason to have it in writing, is in case you DO get injured, you can enforce your legal rights as a tenantJoe Stanley is a personal injury attorney advocating for renters rights.

Your Landlord’s Obligations

Your landlord is obligated to keep the common areas safe and free of defects. And there are also even the actual interior premises. They’re obligated to keep things safe for you and your family . The building by variances and building codes, defects, all of this has to be kept at a safe standard. If you get a serious injury as a result of an accident that was caused by the building or a building condition or a maintenance condition that wasn’t taken care of — stairs and sidewalks, roofs and porches, these are all injuries we get calls from people about. You should find out what your rights are, take pictures, get witnesses, and go from there.

Your Rights
So renters you might feel intimidated or frustrated by the lack of action on behalf of your landlord, but you DO have rights. It’s always better to be safe than sorry of course. First, you put them on notice, but you know, a lot of landlords aren’t around, won’t do anything, and then, they don’t do anything if you get hurt. If this happens to you, contact our office. We’ll offer you free consultation on your issue/injury, you don’t have to go it alone. 1-800-608-3333. Stanley. Stanley Law.

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