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Premises Liability Attorney
Premises liability lawyer with over 20 years of experience.
Serving Manassas, Woodbridge, Leesburg, Fairfax, Centreville, Gainesville, Warrenton,Dale City, Dumfries, Haymarket, Herndon, Reston,Alexandria and all locations in Prince William County, Fairfax County, Fauquier County, Stafford County, Loudoun County, Culpepper County, and Spotsylvania County.
The injuries covered under Premises Liability can be caused by hazardous conditions, including open excavations, uneven pavement, still water, spoiling & crumbling curbs, wet-floors, uncleared snow, icy walks, falling objects, inadequate security, insufficient lighting, concealed holes, improperly secured mats, or defects in furniture.
Federal, state, and local laws require that property owners and property managers keep their property safe for those who may use it. A property or a premise that is not adequately maintained can be very dangerous to a patron or visitor.
Businesses and property owners owe a duty of care to their patrons and visitors. When the duty of care is not kept then a patron or visitor may suffer serious injuries and losses.
Common examples of premises liability are:
- Dangerous structures
- Improper maintenance
- Defective conditions
If you have sustained an injury on someone else’s property, even if the injury was caused by a third person, you may have the right to file a lawsuit under the legal theory of premises liability.
See our section on Serious Personal Injury. Any of these injuries can unfortunately occur and have life altering effects on the injured person.
See our sections titled Accident Dos and Don’ts, FAQ, and Damages and Compensation.
If you or a loved one has been injured on the property of a business, a private home, or you are a renter, contact The Law Office of James J. McCoart, III, by telephone, (703) 369-2734, or email. We will promptly respond to your needs and concerns.
James J. McCoart, III, has successfully represented those injured in premises liability matters for over 20 years.