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Property owners have a duty to keep their premises free of hazards that could hurt unsuspecting visitors. This applies to both commercial and residential properties. A trip or slip on someone else’s property can leave you with a serious injury — like a head injury or a broken bone — that could require long-term, expensive medical care. If someone else’s negligence caused your injury, you shouldn’t have to shoulder the burden of those bills alone. An experienced Delaware injury lawyer at Rhoades & Morrow can evaluate the circumstances of your injury and determine if you have a viable case.
Any hazard that a reasonable person could not have been expected to anticipate can cause an injury that could lead to a valid premises liability claim. A slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident caused by uneven surfaces or unattended spills, for example, are common causes of premises liability claims. Other types of negligence-based hazards that could lead to injury including:
If you were injured on someone else’s property and you were there legally, speak with an experienced Delaware premises liability lawyer at the Law Firm of Rhoades & Morrow. We offer free initial consultations so you can learn your rights and clarify your options.
Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall injuries accidents caused by hazardous property conditions can have serious consequences. Beyond simple scrapes and bruises, these and other types of premises liability injuries can include:
To talk to an experienced Wilmington premises liability lawyer about your potential personal injury claim, call our Wilmington office at 302-427-9500 or contact us online. We also have offices in Bear and Milford for your convenience. We can arrange evening and weekend appointments, as well as home or hospital visits.
Statement Regarding Coronavirus Disease ("Covid-19"):
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Rhoades & Morrow Statement Regarding Coronavirus Disease ("Covid-19")
Rhoades & Morrow continues to monitor the situation regarding the Coronavirus Disease (“Covid-19”). The health and safety of our clients, visitors to our office, as well as our attorneys and staff, is most important to us.
The Superior Court of the State of Delaware announced that effective March 16, 2020, all civil and criminal trials have been suspended through and including April 15, 2020. Our offices continue to operate during normal business hours. However, we have implemented policies to minimize contact and exposure. We are happy to reschedule any in-person meetings to a later date or conduct the meeting by telephone.
If you are sick, are under quarantine, have been exposed to someone who may have contracted Covid-19, we ask that you reschedule your appointment or make other arrangements for a telephone meeting. If you are at a higher risk of illness from Covid-19, please consider changing in-person meetings to a telephone conference, if possible.
Below are some tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy:
We are all in this together and everyone can work together to stay healthy. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us