When you walk into a store, office or any other business—or even when you visit somebody else’s home—you don’t expect to be walking into danger.
So if that property owner left a hazard unattended and you got hurt, you feel wronged.
You have been wronged.
You shouldn’t be left with the costs of recovery—medical bills, lost work time—because someone else failed to take care of their space.
You may have a premises liability claim, which can provide financial compensation to correct this unfair situation.
But the business or other property owner might fight you.
The Ohio premises liability lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal don’t work for companies. We help real people with real problems.
When other people make your life harder, we want you to say “Helping me, that’s HNB.”Talk to HNB
Premises liability cases are part of personal injury law. At the core of any personal injury case is the idea of negligence.
The reason for your injury was somebody else’s negligence.
Any of these situations could result from negligence by the owner of a property you visit:
Premises liability is the reason you see stores or restaurants putting up yellow “Caution: Wet Floor” signs right after mopping.
The store has a legal duty to demonstrate care for visitors’ safety, eliminating hazards whenever possible. And in situations when a hazard appears with little notice, the store has a responsibility to warn you about it.
To learn more about your specific situation, you can get the HNB law firm to evaluate your case for free.Get My Free Case Review
Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal lawyers can help you after multiple kinds of injuries on private property.