Strong Defense Against Premises Liability Claims

Property owners are often the targets of claims resulting from allegedly defective conditions on their premises. In general, property owners or their insurers may be liable to pay compensation when conditions on their property cause injury, loss of life or property damage.

The Hartford premises liability attorneys at Szilagyi & Daly have extensive experience handling premises liability defense for property owners and their insurers throughout Connecticut. Our firm defends clients who are involved in lawsuits alleging that defective or dangerous conditions led to personal injuries. We represent:

Defending Against All Types Of Premises Liability Claims

At Szilagyi & Daly, our attorneys and staff are committed to effective and frequent communication with the defendants we represent and their insurance carriers so that appropriate evaluations can be made. We work closely with all of our clients to ensure that the entire litigation process is conducted in a timely, professional and courteous manner.

We handle claims of injuries and property damage resulting from:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Trip-and-fall accidents
  • Negligent security
  • Physical attacks or sexual assault
  • Dog bites
  • Defective railings
  • Incorrect electrical wiring
  • Safety code or building code violations
  • Faulty escalators
  • Snow or ice on steps or walkways
  • Wet floors or debris on floors
  • Other dangerous property conditions

Over the years, our lawyers have developed strong relationships with specialists in these areas, including engineers, meteorologists and others who can provide expert testimony.

Contact A Law Firm Serving Clients Across Connecticut

Schedule a free initial consultation at our office in Hartford, and learn how our firm can be of assistance. Simply call Szilagyi & Daly at 860-541-5502, or contact our firm online. An attorney with the firm will meet with you to assess your needs and help you determine the most expeditious and cost-effective approach to your particular case.