The Dodd Law Firm, LLC
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Ten Corporate Center
1781 Highland Avenue, Suite 105
Cheshire, CT 06410
Premises liability is a theory of liability that holds owners and occupiers of property legally responsible for accidents that happen on the property.
An owner or occupier of property is negligent and liable for money damages if reasonable care was not taken to prevent a foreseeable harm.
Most premises liability cases are related to a slipping or tripping incident, with such likely causes as a foreign object on the walking surface, a design flaw in the walking surface, or a slippery surface caused by weather or a spill.
Because there are frequently several people involved in representing a property – such as the property owner, tenant, landlord, or manager – the responsible party is not always obvious. We will assist you in determining who is at fault for your accident.
It is important to note if your premises liability accident occurred on public property, you need to give written notice to that City or Town within a short period of time.
If you fail to provide written notice within the time prescribed by law, you may forfeit all of your rights to recover damages from the injury.
You may be entitled to recover damages for the following: