If you live in an apartment complex, condominium or any other type of rental property, it is important to remember that your landlord must take reasonable precautions to protect you from harm ― or risk legal liability if they fail to do so.
For example, if your landlord doesn’t properly maintain your apartment building in good working order, and you suffer an injury that could have otherwise been prevented, your landlord may be legally responsible and you may be entitled to damages under premises liability law.
In fact, there is a seemingly endless list of circumstances in which a landlord may be legally accountable for unsafe or dangerous conditions, including:
Whether you are a tenant or simply an individual visiting someone in the building, you need an experienced lawyer on your side when the negligence or careless acts of the building’s landlord have resulted in your injury.
If you have suffered an apartment-related injury and need an attorney who knows how to aggressively deal with landlords and their insurance companies, contact Gash & Associates, P.C. Quite simply, we will do everything possible to help you seek justice and get you the compensation you deserve following a personal injury accident.