In Pennsylvania, property owners are required to maintain their property to ensure no one gets injured or killed because of dangerous or hazardous conditions. Failing to do so means that the property owner was negligent, which can be grounds for a personal injury claim.
A variety of dangerous property conditions can lead to injury or even death, such as:
Assault, muggings and beatings
Serious bites or attacks on adults or children
From gas leaks to faulty electrical wiring, home explosions can be caused by a myriad of things, all of which can put you and your family in harm’s way. At the Dan Doyle Law Group, in Media, attorney Dan Doyle has experience handling these unique cases, helping individuals and families recover compensation for medical expenses for burn injuries or other injuries, lost wages, pain and suffering, funeral and burial expenses, and long-term care.
In order to uncover the cause of your home explosion, we will get to the site immediately, preserve evidence and consult with experts, including engineers. We are thorough in our investigations so that you have a complete record of what happened, how it happened and who is liable for your serious or catastrophic injuries or loved one’s death.
It’s common to feel overwhelmed after suffering an injury or losing a loved one because of a property owner’s negligence. You may have questions about where fair and adequate compensation will come from or how you will pay your bills if you are forced out of work because of a serious or catastrophic injury.
You may feel completely lost now, but with the lawyers at our firm as your guides, you will get through the process ahead with confidence.
At the Dan Doyle Law Group, we make sure you have the information and support you need to take control of the situation after a serious accident. We help you handle the emotional challenges as well as the legal ones so you can get back to your life.
In premises liability cases, comparative negligence may become a factor, which could affect your claim. Depending on your role in the accident and the level of negligence assessed to you by the insurance company, you may recover a smaller portion of damages.
Attorney Dan Doyle will do what he can to make sure that comparative negligence does not negatively impact you or your family. At our firm, we call attention to every detail — no matter how small it may seem — to make sure the fullest possible recovery is sought and that all parties are held accountable for their appropriate portion of the accident.