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Charlotte Improperly Inspected & Maintained Premises

Property owners have a duty to ensure that their premises are safe for those who have a right to be there. If they fail to properly inspect and maintain the premises, patrons can sustain severe injuries. At Price, Petho & Associates, we are here to help if you need a Charlotte premises liability attorney. If you or a loved one have been injured because a property owner failed to protect your safety, we will investigate your case and work to secure full compensation for losses.

Dangerous conditions are caused by inadequate maintenance

Most dangerous property conditions are the result of a failure of the property owner to inspect and maintain the premises. Inadequate maintenance can give rise to a range of problems, including slip and fall hazards, swimming pool accidents, inadequate security, and more.

All property owners are expected to regularly inspect and maintain their premises and make reasonable repairs to avoid injuries to those who have a right to be on their property. However, in practice, property owners often fall behind in inspecting the property, identifying safety hazards, and remedying those hazards. At Price, Petho & Associates, we regularly discover that it is not until a person is actually injured that the property owners take steps to repair dangerous conditions or obtain adequate security.

Some of the most typical types of inadequate maintenance include the following:

  • Unrepaired fixtures
  • Fallen merchandise
  • Faulty store shelving
  • Spills or leaks
  • Broken windows
  • Cracked tiles or sidewalks
  • Poorly maintained parking lots
  • Broken locks
  • Broken security cameras
  • Cluttered walkways
  • Loose handrails or stairs
  • Overgrown vegetation

Visitors to a person’s property can sustain severe injuries in the event they encounter a hazard. It is not uncommon for our Charlotte premises liability attorneys to help clients who have sustained in the following injuries:

  • Broken and dislocated bones
  • Severe sprains and strains
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Open head wounds
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Other severe neck or back injuries
  • Lacerations or puncture wounds
  • Crush injuries

Injured visitors, tenants, or unit owners may be able to file lawsuits against property owners for both economic and non-economic compensatory damages. However, these accidents are going to require extensive investigation by a skilled Charlotte premises liability lawyer. An attorney will have the resources to obtain all evidence needed to prove liability, including property safety records, video surveillance of the incident, statements from eyewitnesses, and more.

Contact us for a free consultation of your case

If you or somebody you love has been injured because a property owner failed to properly inspect and maintain their premises, contact an attorney today. At Price, Petho & Associates, we are dedicated to holding negligent property owners accountable for their actions. We will investigate your claim in order to secure the following compensation:

  • Full coverage of your medical bills caused by the incident
  • Lost income if you cannot work while you recover
  • Any household out-of-pocket expenses you incur
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Loss of enjoyment of life damages

When you need a Charlotte premises liability attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 704-850-6322.

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