Timothy J. Casey Attorney at Law
Representing Clients In Phoenix And Communities Throughout Arizona

Holding Negligent Property Owners Accountable

People might hear the phrase premises liability and are not sure what it means. Essentially, it is the legal notion that all property owners or managers have a duty to keep people safe. Whether this amounts to cleaning up spills on a department store floor or fixing the railing of a weather-beaten apartment complex railing, those in charge of upkeep can be held liable for injuries that occur.

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I am attorney Tim Casey and I have more than a quarter century of legal experience. My Arizona clients trust me for thorough investigation and strong representation. No matter the severity of your injuries, you can rely on me for aggressive representation from settlement to courtroom litigation.

What Are The Common Premises Liability Accidents?

Premises liability accidents and injuries can run the range from minor to severe. While nearly any form of negligence can lead to an accident, common causes can include:

  • Torn carpeting
  • Broken tiles
  • Uneven pavement
  • Slick spots
  • Loose railing
  • Broken stairs
  • Unattended leaks or spills
  • Unsecured perimeters
  • Animal attacks
  • Lack of security
  • Lack of surveillance

Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents are the most common types of premises liability cases. However, victims of crime — muggings, assault, sexual assault — might also be entitled to recover monetary compensation. If you or a loved one was injured due to a property owner or supervisor's negligence or inattention, it is crucial that you talk to an attorney today.

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If you were injured, call my Phoenix office at 602-842-6210 or send me an email. I take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis — meaning that you pay no attorney fees unless I recover money for you.

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