What are the different types of premises liability?
Premises liability is an umbrella term that involves accidents that occur on another person’s property. A property manager has a duty to properly maintain their premises and to warn all visitors of any dangers. Failure to maintain property or warn visitors of hazards is considered reckless because it puts others at an unnecessary risk of becoming a victim of an accident. The most common types of premises liability cases involve slip and fall injuries. Other types of premises liability involve fires, lead paint poisoning, and elevator or escalator injuries.
If you have been the victim of an accident on another person’s property or want to learn more about premises liability in Lancaster, a lawyer from the Law Office of Bill Pelhan can help answer your questions. Call 717-392-6362 today to speak to a knowledgeable attorney.