Business owners in Pennsylvania are expected to make their properties safe for their visitors. Likewise, businesses that make their spaces available for the public to use have a duty to inspect their properties for hazards. However, sometimes companies fail in this regard, and customers become seriously injured or die as a result. In such a case, filing a premises liability lawsuit against the allegedly at-fault company is often warranted.
A slip-and-fall accident in Pennsylvania may unfortunately result in injuries whose effects are long lasting. One man in a recent out-of-state case reported that he suffered injuries on dangerous property belonging to a hotel casino. The man has decided to file a premises liability lawsuit against the company.
A slip-and-fall accident in Pennsylvania may happen instantly but can leave scars that last for a lifetime. One woman in another state apparently suffered injuries in a slip-and-fall accident. She has filed a premises liability claim as a result; however, the defendants assert that her claim has no details.
When an alcohol-serving establishment in Pennsylvania over-serves a customer, that intoxicated customer may end up causing harm to another individual. The harm could be inflicted either at the establishment or even on the road, where an injury accident may turn into a fatal one. In one out-of-state case, a man has accused a bar of over-serving a customer, which reportedly led to his being assaulted.