Accidents Caused By Negligent Property Owners

If you are injured on another person's property due to a dangerous condition that the owner caused, was aware of, or should have been aware of — you may have a valid premises liability claim.

The attorneys at Vail A. Kaufman, P.A., can help you. We represent people in the Maryland suburbs who have been injured in situations involving:

Contact us online or call 301-850-2470 or 800-724-1621 for a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns. We can evaluate your case from a legal perspective.

Compensation For Slips, Falls And Serious Injuries

Often, people who are injured in these kinds of accidents suffer fractures, torn ligaments and tendons, bruising, concussions, and even more serious injuries such as brain trauma and spinal cord injuries. Many injuries are obviously serious at the outset, but others take time to manifest. For these reasons, it is important that you obtain medical attention and retain a lawyer at your first opportunity.

What If The Accident Was Partially My Fault?

Maryland continues to hold the doctrine of "contributory negligence." If you, by your own failure to exercise reasonable care for your safety, contributed to the happening of the incident, you can be denied any recovery at all.

But people are often too ready to accept blame when they really did nothing more or less than a reasonably prudent person would do in the same circumstances. Don't talk to anyone, especially the property management or insurance company, before you talk with an attorney.

Get The Medical And Legal Help You Need

The attorneys at Vail A. Kaufman, P.A., understand that you may have uncertain feelings about contacting an attorney and pursuing a claim. To discuss your injuries and your concerns in a free and confidential consultation with one of our Greenbelt property accident lawyers, contact us online or call 800-724-1621 today.