It makes no difference whether the property owner is a private citizen, a business, a municipality, or the federal government—they have a legal obligation to make certain their property is reasonably safe for those who use it. However, depending on who is in control of the property may make a big difference on what steps need to be taken to preserve your claim and how it is pursued. If you have suffered a serious injury or lost a member of your family as the result of the negligence of a property owner, the law allows you to seek fair compensation for your losses.
At Law Office of Andrew J. Pianka, LLC, we represent the seriously injured and can help make certain that your claim is pursued in the proper manner so that you may receive fair, just, and reasonable compensation. Premises liability includes:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Stairway accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Injuries resulting from inadequate security
- Retail accidents / shopping accidents
In Connecticut, liability may depend on whether the injured person is an invitee (present by the owner’s invitation), a licensee (not necessarily a guest, but present with the owner’s consent), or a
trespasser (any unauthorized visitor).
Our belief is that every case ought to be handled as if it were our most important case. We are experienced at investigating, researching, and preparing claims for trial and have been able to obtain significant verdicts and settlements for the friends, neighbors, and community members we have represented.
Please contact the Law Office of Andrew J. Pianka at 203-463-4414 or via email at [email protected] if you or a loved one has been seriously injured. We would like to help.