Dangerous Conditions on Property

Sometimes personal injuries result from the dangerous condition of private or public property. For example, you may slip on an invisible puddle on the polished floor of a supermarket, or lose control of your vehicle because poor drainage results in an ice slick on a road on a cold winter morning. Especially when the defendant is a government body such as a city, county, or state agency, the laws regulating personal injury claims for dangerous property conditions are extremely complex. Joseph Brent and David Fiol are both familiar with these laws and have the experience to handle these claims.