Were You Injured by a Dangerous Property Condition?

Businesses, employers, and retailers owe a duty of care to those that enter their property. When dangerous or unsafe conditions lead to injury, property owners can be held liable as a result. At Galloway Monzo, P.C., our premises liability lawyers initiate legal proceedings against those who fail to maintain safe, secure conditions on their property. We hire security experts, structural engineers, medical professionals, and investigators in order to gather evidence and expose negligence on the part of property owners and businesses. Even victims of crime may have a case against retailers and landlords when proper security measures and protection is absent.

Whether you've been injured due to a fall or a victim of crime, we can help you demand justice and recover damages. Contact our Westmoreland County premise liability lawyers today. With our main office in Greensburg, we represent clients in Murrysville, New Kensington, Irwin, North Huntingdon, Latrobe, Ligonier, and Derry.

Unsafe Conditions and Environmental Hazards

The premises liability lawyers at Galloway Monzo, P.C., represent clients in regard to the following kinds of cases:

  • Falling debris
  • Obstructions on store floors
  • Dangerous construction site
  • Icy or unsafe sidewalks, stairs, roads
  • Poorly lit stairwells or entrance ways
  • Improperly working security doors or cameras

Building Your Case - Steps You Can Take Now

As your personal injury attorneys, our office will investigate the scene of an accident to determine how you injuries happened. However, taking the following steps can help preserve evidence and strengthen your case:

  • Photos of disrepair
  • Video footage hazard
  • Medical reports and emergency room records
  • Police reports regarding crime committed in same area
  • Written notes or phone messages from property owner regarding disrepair

Contact Our Attorneys

Property owners can repair damaged property, remove hazards, and install security measures. Likewise, injuries heal over time. That's why it's important to speak with an experienced premises liability lawyers as soon as possible to ensure evidence and other important information is still available for the court's consideration.

To discuss your case, contact Galloway Monzo, P.C., today.