A previous post on this blog gave an overview of how premises liability works in Pennsylvania. Basically, landowners have an obligation to keep those who come on to their land, whether for business or personal purposes, reasonably safe. When a landowner fails to do so, Berks County residents who get injured as a result have the right to pursue compensation from the landowner.
Our law office has considerable experience with handling premises liability lawsuits that it files on behalf of injured Pennsylvania residents. Our premises liability practice extends beyond the Reading and Berks County area to other parts of Pennsylvania. In each of our cases, our focus is on protecting our clients' rights to compensation and on holding the negligent landowner accountable.
Our experience covers a wide range of premises liability cases. For instance, we handle slip-and-fall cases. Although in many cases, a slip on the floor of a store or on a broken parking lot may result in little more than embarrassment, people can and do get injured significantly. It is often a good idea in these sorts of case to get the assistance the attorneys in our Berks County office. With 100 years' combined legal experience, we are capable trial attorneys who can get a case settled favorably and, if necessary, go to trial.
In order to accomplish these goals, we investigate each of our cases carefully, as landowners often try to deny or deflect responsibility. A careful investigation, however, can uncover the truth of the matter and help an injured victim get the compensation he or she deserves.