Accidents often happen when you least expect them, and they can often be prevented. Property owners – both public and private – have a legal obligation to maintain their property in a reasonable and safe condition. If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, it’s important that you understand who’s at fault and are aware of your rights.
At the Snow Law Firm we help clients pursue premises liability claims against property owners whose negligence has caused them to suffer injuries. Whether your injuries occurred in a grocery store, at a business office, or on uneven steps where there’s no handrail, our firm can help you obtain compensation for your injuries. Attorney Steven Snow has 30 years of experience in litigating premises liability claims and is dedicated to helping our clients receive the best possible results in their cases.
Our firm represents clients throughout Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts in premises liability cases. Premises liability claims vary in complexity. They can range from simple claims, such as falling merchandise in a store, to more complicated claims, such as building code violations. The viability of these claims may depend upon ‘actual’ or ‘constructive notice’ on the part of the individual, business or entity that owns the property, rather than on the extent of your injuries.
Actual notice is fairly straightforward and denotes that a property owner had been informed of, or has seen in person, the condition which caused the accident. Constructive notice is a bit more complicated in that it infers that a property owner could be reasonably expected to be aware of the danger.
As a premise liability lawyer, Attorney Steven Snow handles all types of premises liability cases. He’ll thoroughly investigate all aspects of the cause of your accident. This includes consulting liability, medical, vocational and economic experts from the outset of your case and to testify at trial. Attorney Snow provides aggressive representation to prove that your injuries were a result of that party’s negligence, and that you deserve the maximum amount of compensation available.
All slip and fall claims are accepted on a contingent fee basis. This means that Attorney Snow receives compensation only if you receive a settlement, an award or a jury verdict.
Call the Snow Law Firm today at (508) 477-7100 or contact the firm online to schedule a free consultation. From his office in Mashpee, Attorney Steven Snow represents premise liability clients throughout Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts, including clients residing in Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, Nantucket, Norfolk, Middlesex, Plymouth and Suffolk Counties.