Property owners and landlords in Michigan have certain responsibilities to maintain a safe environment for people who venture onto their properties or for their tenants. This applies to private property owners, commercial property owners, and to all landlords.
When a property owner or landlord fails to live up to these responsibilities, people can get hurt. A person who is injured on another’s property may make a claim of premises liability, also known as property liability, to recover damages suffered from the injury. Common types of premises liability legal actions are slip-and-fall lawsuits, negligent security lawsuits, and negligent maintenance lawsuits.
When we accept your premises liability case, we will usually enact a contingent fee arrangement—meaning we will not get paid until you do. We believe in every case we accept, and we put everything we have towards fighting for you.*
*Because of our firm's traditional client base, we will not accept personal injury or professional malpractice cases against health care providers or attorneys.