Homeowners in Pennsylvania have a responsibility to exercise a reasonable degree of care when it comes to maintaining their premises. If they fail to do this, lawful visitors may end up getting injured on their premises. In this situation, the injured visitors may seek to hold the allegedly at-fault homeowners accountable through premises liability claims.
Dangerous property at a business in Pennsylvania can cause a person to suffer major injuries during a routine trip to the store. One man in a recent out-of-state case said he fell while at a gas station. He has accused the store of being negligent and has thus filed a premises liability claim against it.
Slipping and falling may lead to major injuries, which can prevent a person in Pennsylvania from leading a normal life. In one recent out-of-state case, a woman claimed that she slipped and fell at a bowling alley due to the business's negligence. She has filed a premises liability claim against the company.
A quickly occurring trip-and-fall accident in Pennsylvania may unfortunately result in long-lasting or even permanent injuries. One woman in another state recently said she tripped and fell on dangerous property belonging to a YMCA branch. She has filed a lawsuit against the nonprofit organization as a result.
Customers in Pennsylvania expect the businesses they visit to keep their properties hazard free. When this does not happen, customers may end up suffering potentially life-altering injuries. One woman in another state recently claimed she was injured at a Subway inside a Walmart and thus has filed a premises liability suit against both entities.