Premises liability cases often involve more than just an injured plaintiff and a landowner. In most cases, the successful defense of premises liability claims requires a keen understanding of the relationships amongst landlords and tenants, contractors, property management and maintenance companies, and, not to mention, municipal entities just to name a few. The successful defense of a premises liability case often requires the attorney to interpret complex lease agreements containing defense and indemnity provisions in order to sort out the necessary parties as well as address these issues.
Additionally, and equally important to the defense of a premises liability case, the attorney must navigate through, and understand the applicability of, oftentimes archaic building codes. At Kritzer Law Group, we have decades of experience handling all types of premises liability cases. We have successfully defended and tried slip/trip and fall cases involving snow and ice, as well as claims involving alleged dangerous or defective conditions including broken sidewalks and stairway defects. Whether we are handling a straightforward trip and fall case or cases involving complex fire losses or elevator and escalator cases, our attorneys have the necessary experience to deal with those issues and have earned our reputation for being successful, knowledgeable and effective litigators in these types of matters.