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Store and shopping mall owners have a legal duty to keep their premises reasonably safe for shoppers. If you’ve been injured in an accident at a store or shopping mall due to a hazardous property condition, you deserve to hold the business owner accountable for the neglectful maintenance of their property. The Erie, PA, retail store accident lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., can help you seek the financial compensation you need for your recovery. Since 2010, our legal team has worked hard to pursue justice for accident victims throughout northwest Pennsylvania. Our team uses a collaborative approach to combine their decades of experience in personal injury law and insurance defense to develop effective legal strategies to take on big corporations and insurers.
When you’ve sustained injuries in an accident at a store or shopping mall, you may have the right to recover compensation from the store or mall owner. The shopping mall accident attorneys in Erie, PA, at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., can help. Contact us for a free initial case review to learn more about your legal options.
Store visitors may suffer injuries in various types of shopping mall accidents. Some of the most common examples of store accidents include:
Common causes of shopping mall accidents include:
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Various parties may be liable for an accident that occurs in a retail store or shopping mall. First, a property owner may be liable for an accident that occurs due to a hazardous condition of the store or mall premises, such as a slippery floor, broken elevator/escalator, or inadequate security. A store owner may also be liable for an accident, even if it leases the store premises, when an accident occurs due to a hazardous condition inside the store and the business’s lease gives it exclusive responsibility for maintenance of the premises.
Third-party contractors hired by a store or mall owner may also be liable for an accident. Stores and malls may hire janitorial services companies to perform regular maintenance, security companies to provide guards and surveillance, or maintenance companies to repair and plow/de-ice parking lots or walkways.
If you’ve been injured in a shopping mall accident, you may have a claim to recover compensation for losses you incur due to your injuries, including for:
When you’ve been hurt in a store or mall due to a dangerous property condition, you deserve to pursue financial recovery and accountability from the negligent store or mall owner. However, retailers and shopping center operators have significant resources to fight claims filed by injured shoppers. Let the shopping mall accident attorneys in Erie, PA, at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., level the playing field so you can stand up for your rights and interests. Our firm will leave no stone unturned when pursuing your legal claims by:
After getting hurt in an accident at a retail store or shopping mall, get legal help to take on negligent businesses and property owners at fault for your injuries and losses. Contact our firm today for a free, no-obligation consultation with our Erie, PA, retail store accident lawyers to discuss how our firm can help you recover compensation for your medical bills, lost income, or pain and suffering
What is the statute of limitations on shopping mall accident claims? +
Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations for negligent accident claims gives you two years to file a lawsuit after suffering injuries in a retail store accident. However, don’t wait too long to file your claim. If you file a lawsuit after the statute of limitations expires on your shopping mall accident claim, you may lose the right to recover compensation from a negligent store or mall owner.
How long will it take to recover compensation in my case? +
Unfortunately, we cannot predict exactly how long it may take before you obtain a financial recovery in a settlement or verdict. Various factors can influence the timeline of a retail store accident claim, including: