Were You Injured By Unsafe Property Conditions?
At Romano & Associates, PLLC, in Kanawha County, we help hold careless property owners responsible for the needless injuries that occur on their premises. Our attorneys handle a wide array of premises liability cases, including those that involve:
- Dog bites — Pet owners are responsible for making sure their animals don’t pose a danger to other people. Dog attacks in particular can lead to ugly scars and the potential need for reconstructive surgery.
- Negligent security — Businesses must provide adequate security such as installing surveillance cameras or hiring guards. If the business was negligent and you were assaulted, robbed or otherwise harmed as a result, you may have a case.
- Defective construction — Construction contractors must comply with federal, state and local building codes. If they fail to install handrails on stairways, for instance, it’s easy for serious accidents to occur.
- Failure to warn — Property owners have a duty to warn people on their premises about any known dangers that aren’t immediately obvious.
- Safety code violations — If an apartment manager fails to provide working smoke detectors in the hallways, for instance, he or she may be liable for fire-related injuries that result.
Choose A Local Attorney Who Understands The Local Laws
Our lawyers were born and raised in West Virginia and are proud to call this state home. We have chosen to live and work here because we strongly believe that our state is truly “almost heaven.”
Our deep roots here also give us an in-depth understanding of West Virginia’s premises liability laws — and how the courts are likely to interpret these laws. If you were injured on someone else’s property, you can count on the fact that we have the local knowledge and resources to make the most of your case.
Learn More By Contacting Us Today
If you have questions, turn to Romano & Associates, PLLC, for answers. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss the facts and circumstances of your case in more detail. Simply call our Charleston office at 304-932-4604 or contact us online.