Your Advocates When You Are Injured Due To Property Owners' Negligence

New Hampshire property owners are required to provide a safe space for residents, visitors and customers. A person who is injured in a slip-and-fall accident, dog bite or other incident that results from the negligence of a property owner, property manager or other party in charge of maintaining safe conditions of a property, the injured party may be able to file a claim under the New Hampshire premises liability law. You need to contact the personal injury attorneys at Martin, Lord & Osman, P.A. We understand premises liability laws and work to maximize the amount that injured parties recover in personal injury lawsuits.

What Is The Premises Liability Law?

The premises liability law protects visitors who are legally on someone else's property. The law requires landowners, property owners and managers to maintain their space according to reasonable safety regulations in order to provide people who visit the property with a safe space to visit or conduct business.

Our lawyers accept all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no upfront costs and you will only pay an attorney fee if we obtain a recovery for you.

Warnings must be posted if a property under repair presents any danger, and property owners must take measures to eliminate the risks of injury. In addition to slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents, examples of accidents that may result in premises liability lawsuits include:

  • Insufficient security or lighting
  • Exposure to toxic conditions
  • Animal attacks
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Unsafe balconies or stairs

If a person is injured on the premises, he or she can file a personal injury claim under this law in order to collect the compensation necessary in order to cover the financial, physical and emotional damages associated with the incident.

Choosing A Personal Injury Attorney

Working with a personal injury attorney who understands the nuances of the premises liability law in New Hampshire is critical. Our experienced attorneys can provide you with the counsel and guidance you need as you make important decisions regarding your case.

We represent clients throughout New Hampshire. If you have recently been injured and you feel negligence was involved, call 603-524-4121 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation in our Laconia office or any of several other office locations. If your injuries limit your mobility, we will arrange a meeting where it is convenient for you.