Dangerous Property

Dangerous conditions on public and private property can cause serious injuries. Property owners have a responsibility to keep their property safe and free from hazards.

At The Veen Firm, our attorneys provide highly effective representation for those who have been injured or harmed as the result of unsafe property. Examples of hazards on properties include: building code violations, poor lighting and inadequate signage or security. Some dangerous conditions are created by an owner, landlord or occupant, while others may be inherent in the property itself. The property may be a residential home, a construction site, public area, commercial premises or any other type of property.

Cases involving serious injuries or wrongful death resulting from dangerous property conditions can be highly complicated and tumultuous. Hiring an attorney who is intimately familiar with the specific and highly technical details of dangerous property cases is essential to obtaining the full amount of compensation you deserve.

We believe that after the loss of a loved one or after experiencing a life-changing injury due to dangerous property conditions, you deserve the best care and representation available. The Veen Firm has the expertise and knowledge needed to handle any type of dangerous property case on your behalf. We have been helping victims obtain justice for their injuries since 1975.

If you have been injured due to an unsafe condition on public or private property, please call us at 888-504-0157 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. You will speak directly with an attorney at no cost. If you choose to retain our services, we do not charge a fee unless we obtain a settlement or verdict for your losses.

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