If you got injured in a slip and fall accident on your rental property due to your landlord’s negligence, you might be owed compensation. Read on to learn more about landlord liability!
To build your slip and fall case, it is important to prove that the landlord or property owner was negligent and at fault for the accident. The landlord or property owner had to cause or fail to prevent the accident. In fact, you need sufficient evidence to prove or else, you might be at fault and you’ll lose the case. For example, if there’s a leak in the pipes and you slip on the water, you could only prove the landlord is at fault in the following:
Always take pictures and document everything in any type of accident. It’s also good to establish a paper trail to ensure that you have evidence that the landlord was aware of any issues but failed to remedy them.
If you need legal aid for your slip and fall accident, please call one of our trusted Philly lawyers today at either of the following numbers:
Philadelphia Office: 215-545-7777