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Connecticut Premises Liability Attorneys

Slip-And-Fall Lawyers Representing Injured People Throughout The State

When there are unsafe conditions on a property, property owners have a duty to take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of those on the property. For instance, when there is ice or water on a surface, owners must remove the ice or adequately warn those on the property of the hazard. In certain establishments, such as bars, property owners must take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of patrons. When property owners fail to do this and someone is injured as a result, property owners must be held responsible. The Middlebury law firm of Moore, O'Brien & Foti has represented individuals who have been injured on another’s property. Our law firm is able to handle injuries stemming from a property owner’s failure to maintain safe premises, such as:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Negligent security

Our attorneys routinely bring claims against negligent commercial and residential property owners. In every case, we are dedicated to helping our clients recover complete compensation for their medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. The most common kinds of premises liability claims take place when someone slips and falls in a business or home. The resulting injuries can be particularly severe. In many slip-and-fall claims, insurance companies and their lawyers will attempt to minimize or downplay your physical injuries. At Moore, O'Brien & Foti, we will not accept these tactics. Even if your doctor has assigned a minor impairment to your injuries, you still deserve full compensation. If the insurance company is unwilling to make a fair offer of settlement, our law firm will take your case to trial. Our results in the courtroom stand as a testament to our skill and experience.

Contact Our Connecticut Premises Liability Lawyers

Call 203-651-7096 or email our law firm to schedule a consultation. We represent all clients on a contingency basis.