Injuries On Landlord Or Business Property
Boston Injury On Landlord Or Business Property
Thousands of people are seriously injured or killed each year in preventable injuries on someone’s property. Landlords who fail to provide secure locks or ignore public health and safety violations, including crime and inadequate lighting or security, can be held responsible when someone is seriously injured or killed as a result of a property owner’s negligence or indifference.
Businesses draw people to their establishment in order to make a profit and have a duty and a responsibility to provide a secure environment. Merchandise falling from a high shelf; evacuation injuries due to inadequate, blocked or nonexistent emergency exits; falling ceilings or fixtures; and assaults or violence on business property can lead to the serious injury or death of customers.
Customers and tenants have a right to basic services, and a basic expectation of safety and care. When people are seriously injured or killed by negligent or careless business owners or landlords, customers have a right to receive compensation for their injuries.
If you have been injured on someone’s property and need to speak with a Massachusetts property injury attorney, call The Law Offices of Jeffrey R. Chapdelaine at 617-404-1410 for a free appointment to discuss your case.