You may be entitled to compensation for any incident which occurs on a certain property, not just an incident directly tied to your purpose for being there. That means injuries sustained on someone else’s property don’t need to be injuries sustained while on the job – it could be a mugging in the parking lot or a violent assault in the stairwell, something not related to your core business or operations but nonetheless happened on someone else’s property.
Homeowners, commercial property owners, management companies, or even government entities may be at fault for the property’s condition or circumstances that led to the incident, and the property owner will undoubtedly have experienced representation on their side. If you or a loved one have been injured on someone else’s property, contact the Mabra Firm. Our expert attorneys have extensive experience in premises liability law and will help you build your case.
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