Property Owner Negligence in Boston, MA

 

When you are injured, your lawsuit is about results. If you enter another’s property, you have the right to expect that the property is safe. Therefore, you assume that staircases are well maintained and sidewalks and lighting are adequate and safe. But what are the property owner’s legal duties regarding providing security?

Property owners are expected to anticipate all possible dangers. If the property is in a high-crime area or if other potential negligent security risks are present, the owner may be legally responsible if injuries occur. If you’ve been injured due to property owner negligence in Boston, MA, contact Colucci Colucci Marcus Flavin, P.C. today. We have handled negligent security cases involving:

  • Assaults
  • Bar Fights Due to Lack of Competent Bouncers or Underage Drinkers
  • Security Device Failures at the Entries to Apartment Buildings, Gated Communities, and Condominiums and Townhouses
  • Unsafe Parking Lots
  • Broken or Poorly Maintained Security Cameras

Giving You a Helping Hand after a Stairway Accident

In a world of level pedestrian surfaces, steps and staircases stand out. In just 15 or 20 feet, stairwells can drop a dozen feet or more, presenting a potential danger each time a staircase is used or even approached. To safeguard the public against the dangers of stairwells, numerous laws provide guidelines and requirements to ensure stairs are safe. Laws also provide recourse for people injured when property owners don’t ensure the safe construction and maintenance of interior and exterior staircases.

We Take On Cases Other Firms Won’t

Our lawyers take an aggressive and creative approach to litigation, and we routinely obtain high-value awards for challenging cases, including cases turned down by other firms. Our reputation is further enhanced by industry recognition. Our team includes a lawyer recognized as a Massachusetts “Super Lawyer” annually since 2006. In addition, attorneys are featured in Super Lawyers and Boston Magazine as rising stars of the legal profession.

Were You Injured in a Grocery Store Accident?

As recognized leaders in Massachusetts personal injury law since 1995, we are able to effectively argue any case. The majority of personal injury accidents occurring in retail stores happen in grocery stores and supermarkets. Supermarkets have high sales volume and involvement with perishables, ice, cooling systems, and other factors that can lead to dangerous conditions. Our team of attorneys has decades of experience in investigating and litigating personal injury cases following accidents on commercial property.

We regularly spend the time and resources necessary to build a strong and viable case after it has been rejected by other firms. For instance, by reenacting an accident or by recreating it with the use of software technology, we have succeeded in proving negligence and obtaining compensation for numerous injured clients. For more information from experienced personal injury lawyers, please contact our office.

Attorneys Who Specialize in Sidewalk Injury Cases

You deserve to walk on safe sidewalks and parking lots. Businesses, homeowners, and homeowners’ associations tend to focus on maintaining a safe interior environment. Most organizations and buildings include a parking lot or driveway, as well as sidewalks. Who is responsible when accidents and injuries occur outside a building where people park and walk? It is important that you speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer to discuss your rights. What seems like a simple accident often results from hard-to-detect negligence, such as:

  • Poor Lighting
  • Poorly Maintained Surfaces
  • Poor Sidewalk Design
  • Negligent Handling of Snow and Ice
  • Unremoved Debris

You Can’t Avoid What You Can’t See

When people think of dangerous conditions on residential and commercial property, they often think of wet floors or icy steps. The landlord’s responsibility also extends to the duty to provide adequate lighting. Any area can be unsafe when lighting is poor. Inadequate lighting can also lead to a decrease in security, which increases the chance of assault. Reach out to our team if you think you may have a legal case involving inadequate lighting.

 

Contact us for more information if you’ve been injured in a store. We proudly serve clients throughout Boston, MA, and the surrounding areas.