Property owners are responsible for the upkeep of their property, which includes the operation of a building, land and other property. If you are injured as the result of a property owner’s failure to maintain a property or other negligent actions, you should seek legal advice from an injury lawyer to determine if you have a case.
Wagners has a well-earned reputation and is a law firm that is focused on representing injured victims throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and beyond. Our lawyers will help you with your serious personal injury by protecting your rights and standing up for your interests.
Lawyers For Defective Premises, Dangerous Premises, Unsafe Premises And Property Owner Negligence Claims
If a property owner does not keep a premise safe or warn the public of potential dangers, the owner may be held liable for injuries that you have incurred on the premises. Our premises liability lawyers have represented people who have been injured as the result of:
- Spills on floors; slippery and wet flooring
- Inadequate lighting
- Defective parking lots, sidewalks and ramps
- Failure to provide adequate railings, ramps or other types of assistance on walkways
- Defective equipment
- Equipment or boxes falling from heights (improper stacking or shelving units)
Other types of situations that may involve premises liability can include accidents at private homes, universities or even at playgrounds. We will hold the property owner, manager or occupier accountable for his or her actions while securing for you the maximum amount of compensation available under the law.
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If you have been seriously injured, please contact a lawyer at Wagners to discuss your case. You can reach our team by calling 902-425-7330 or 1-800-465-8794, or by completing a short online contact form.