Holidays are a great time to host family and friends, celebrate personal traditions, and decorate to help your home feel more inviting and cheerful. However, if a property owner causes harm by setting out holiday decorations, they may be held liable for injuries and other accident-related losses. In order to obtain compensatory damages, you may need the help of a skilled premise liability lawyer to demonstrate how negligence contributed to your holiday decor accident.
At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we have helped countless personal injury victims obtain fair compensation due to property owner negligence. With our century of combined experience and compassionate legal services, we handle all aspects of your claim so you may focus on your well-being and recovery. For knowledgeable legal guidance, consult one of our skilled premise liability attorneys for your free consultation. We fight for the complete compensation you deserve and present your best legal options.
Premises Liability Claim for Holiday Decorations Accident
Property owners are responsible for ensuring that lawful visitors are safe when entering their property; this may include guests, door visitors, or USPS personnel. If a property owner is negligent by causing safety hazards with their decorations, such as having an open flame or a tripping hazard, then they may be held liable for injuries and other losses incurred by the victim.
In order to obtain a successful outcome for a premise liability case for a holiday decoration accident, you must prove that the property owner was careless in maintaining or demonstrating reasonable care with decorations. You illustrate that the property owner was aware of or should have reasonably known that the premises was in an unsafe condition and still failed to take appropriate steps to remedy the problem.
This may include the following premise liability cases:
- Insufficient maintenance of the property
- Defective conditions on the property
- Water leaks or flooding
- Toxic fumes or chemicals
- Product defects
If a property owner fails to address dangerous conditions in a timely manner, they may be accountable for damages associated with holiday decorations on their property. If you were harmed in a holiday decoration accident, speak with the experienced premise liability lawyers at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe for a comprehensive evaluation of your claim. We may assess what actions directly led to your injuries and how to demonstrate negligence in a premise liability claim.
Damages You May Recover in a Successful Holiday Decorations Accident Claim
Depending on your unique holiday decorations accident and the extent of your injuries, you may recover the following damages in a successful premise liability claim:
- Medical expenses
- Physical therapy
- Lost wages
- Future loss of income
- Loss of enjoyment of life
At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we fight for the complete compensation you deserve by conducting an investigation into your accident, obtaining valuable evidence, interviewing witnesses, and analyzing medical records. We handle all aspects of your claim and negotiate fiercely on your behalf with insurance adjusters, protecting your legal rights every step of the way.
Contact the Experienced Premise Liability Lawyers at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe
Property owners may be held responsible for any injuries sustained due to holiday decorations. At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we understand the financial, physical, and other losses you may sustain due to property owner negligence and fight aggressively to obtain the justice you deserve.
For a comprehensive evaluation of your holiday decoration accident claim, call us at 516-358-6900 for a no-cost consultation or fill out our contact form. For more information from our experienced legal team, visit our YouTube Channel.
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