Phelan Petty – Fighting for Virginia Premises Liability Victims

When Property Owners Create Dangerous Conditions and Companies Poison the Environment, We Fight for Victims

When property owners in Virginia create unsafe conditions and cause injuries to innocent people, those victims deserve justice and compensation. The area of the law that deals with holding property owners accountable for the harm they cause is called premises liability law.

Premises liability law doesn’t just concern “slip-and-fall” incidents and other cases where owners fail to maintain their property and keep it safe for visitors and tenants. It can also involve cases where negligent individuals, companies, or even government entities poison victims with toxic chemicals or create hazardous conditions that lead to injuries and diseases.

Examples of premises liability cases we handle at Phelan Petty include:

  • Swimming pool accidents and drownings
  • Deck collapses
  • Lead poisoning
  • Electrical fires
  • Construction accidents
  • Other cases involving environmental poisoning or exposure to toxic substances

Let the Attorneys at Phelan Petty Help if You’ve Been Injured

If you or someone you love has suffered injuries or gotten sick because of a property owner’s negligence or a company’s callous behavior, you need an experienced attorney who can investigate the causes, find out who’s responsible, and fight to hold them accountable.

At Phelan Petty, we use our experience, our investigative skills, and our network of world-class experts to stand up for victims in Virginia who suffer when property owners create hazardous conditions. We focus on handling only a small number of the most complex cases so we can give our clients personalized attention and complete commitment. When you work with Phelan Petty, you’ll have an experienced injury lawyer on your side who won’t stop fighting until your case reaches a resolution.

To get a free, no-risk assessment of your premises liability case from an experienced Virginia injury attorney, contact us today.

To get a free, no-risk assessment of your case from an experienced Virginia injury attorney, please contact us right away.