A quick visit to a retail establishment in Pennsylvania may end up costing a person more than he or she ever imagined if the property has not been properly maintained. A poorly maintained property can easily cause a person to trip and fall, thus resulting in serious injuries. One man in another state said he was recently hurt on dangerous property while shopping at a Walmart store and has filed a civil claim against the retail giant.
A trip to the restaurant for lunch or dinner can quickly end up leading to a trip to the doctor's office or hospital emergency room in the event of a slip-and-fall incident. When a person in Pennsylvania falls on dangerous property that has not been properly kept up by its owner, the individual can easily develop injuries. One person in another state said he recently suffered injuries after slipping at a restaurant and is now suing the establishment.
A Ligonier police officer killed while on patrol duty by a van travelling in the wrong direction. The officer, Lieutenant Eric Eslary, was a 17 year veteran of the force, husband and father of six children. This tragedy may be even more tragic if Lt. Eslary's family is not able to recover the Underinsured Motorist benefits from his personal auto insurance policy.
When entering another person's property in Pennsylvania, sometimes people end up slipping and falling due to a hazard at the premises. This type of incident can quickly lead to physically painful and financially costly injuries. In this case, the owner of the allegedly dangerous property may be held financially responsible for the injuries resulting from such a slip-and-fall accident.
Sometimes a visit to someone else's home in Pennsylvania results in injuries to an individual if the home was not properly maintained. This is the situation that one man said he recently faced in another state, while he was viewing a home he was interested in purchasing. The man, who allegedly suffered injuries on the residential property, is now suing the homeowner, real estate agents and real estate companies, alleging premises liability.