Proof of negligence is key in injury lawsuits against Pennsylvania stores or businesses. Evidence usually includes video, pictures, internal reports, maintenance records, etc.
A look at when Pennsylvania businesses and stores can be held liable for an accident or injury that occurs on the premises. The key is sufficient evidence of negligence or fault. Did the store itself create the defect? Did it know about the defect but fail to take action? Do the circumstances show that the store should have known about the defect?
I fell at a store in Philadelphia and broke my wrist. Is the store liable for my bills and pain and suffering?
A store in Pennsylvania can be held liable for an unreasonably dangerous condition on the premises. In order to win, the injured party has to prove the nature of the defect and how it caused the accident. Learn more about proving the facts and liability.
Our Pennsylvania fall accident lawyers discuss what injured parties can recover after a fall accident in front of a store or business. Compensation for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering depends on proving negligence of the store/property owner.
Comprehensive legal info about icy fall accident law in Pennsylvania. What does the plaintiff have to prove about the accumulation of snow and ice on a sidewalk, driveway or parking lot? How does comparative negligence factor in?
College Student Housing and Apartments – Landlord Liability for Injuries & Accidents in Pennsylvania & New Jersey
Are landlords liable when a college student is injured in an off-campus house or apartment? Under Pennsylvania and New Jersey law, landlords may be liable for injuries to college students and their guests.
Pennsylvania Store Fall Accident Lawsuit Info – PA Juries Award $6 Million in 2 Fall Accident Lawsuits in 2017
2017 PA Fall Accident Lawsuit Update: $6 Million in 2 Pennsylvania fall accident lawsuits in York County and Allegheny County. One man was blinded after falling on a single stop and striking his face on a chair, and another person developed a permanent limp after slipping on a wet floor.
I tripped over a broken sidewalk in Philadelphia. Can I sue the homeowner? In order to succeed, there must be evidence of the defect and evidence that the owner knew about the defect or should have known about it under the circumstances.
I tripped on an uneven step on my way to work in Philadelphia, PA, and I fell down the entire stairs and broke my leg. Is the property owner liable for my accident?
Legal info about fall accidents on steps and stairs in Pennsylvania. Learn about negligence claims and how comparative negligence legal principles come into play.
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