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Working to Hold Negligent Property Owners Accountable 

Maryland law requires property owners—both public and private—to take certain measures to keep visitors safe. When they fail to do so, they can be held accountable for any accidents or injuries that occur. At Gracia & Mintz, we help people who have been injured due to negligent property owners and unsafe premises fight for fair compensation. We understand the challenges these cases present, and we know how to build powerful, persuasive cases aimed at maximizing results for our clients. 

Continue reading to learn more or contact us now at (301) 842-8584 to set up an initial consultation with our team.

When Are Property Owners Liable for Injuries? 

Generally speaking, a property owner may be liable for an injured person’s damages when the property owner failed to keep the premises in a reasonably safe condition. 

This can take several forms; some examples include: 

  • Failing to adequately maintain the property 
  • Failing to regularly inspect the property 
  • Failing to repair or remove unsafe conditions 
  • Failing to warn visitors of unsafe conditions 
  • Purposefully causing harm to visitors 
  • Creating and failing to disclose hazards on the property

A property owner’s responsibility to a visitor also depends on the visitor’s status. For example, property owners in Maryland owe the highest duty of care to invitees, or people who are invited onto the property, typically for the purpose of purchasing goods or services. Meanwhile, they owe the lowest duty of care to trespassers, or those who enter the property without the property owner’s permission, knowledge, or consent. 

Proving Your Premises Liability Case 

If you were injured on someone else’s property, and you think the property owner’s negligence was to blame, it’s important that you reach out to an experienced personal injury attorney, like ours at Gracia & Mintz. Proving premises liability cases can be challenging, but our team has the experience and skill to aggressively advocate for you and your recovery.

To prove your premises liability case, you will likely need to prove the following:  

  • You were injured on someone else’s property 
  • You were legally on the property when the incident occurred
  • Your injury was the result of an unsafe property condition or hazard
  • The property owner knew about or should have known about the dangerous condition
  • The property owner failed to take reasonable measures to remove, repair, or warn you of the dangerous condition 
  • You could not have reasonably noticed and/or avoided the dangerous condition 
  • You were not in any way responsible for the incident that led to your injury

Whether you tripped and fell in a grocery store or were injured while visiting someone’s home, our firm can protect your rights and work to secure the fair compensation you are owed. 

How Our Premises Liability Attorneys Can Help 

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