Injured on someone else’s property? We’ll help you discover your options.
In Ontario, owners and occupiers of property are required to take steps to ensure that their property is reasonably safe. This would include the obligation of a landlord to ensure that a tenant’s apartment is reasonably safe and a homeowner or municipality’s obligation to ensure that their sidewalks and front steps are clear of snow and ice.
If you suffer an injury while on someone else’s property, your initial reaction may not be to consult with a lawyer. However, if your injuries are serious or prevent you from working, obtaining information on your options is important. In certain circumstances, there are strict notice requirements (as short as ten days). The sooner you call for advice, the better chance you will have to ensure that you can recover the compensation that you are entitled to receive for your injury.
Turn our personal injury experience to your advantage
We’re here to help in every way we can. Our personal injury lawyers are extremely knowledgeable in handling premises liability cases. In fact, Lerners is one of the most consistently recommended and selected law firms in Ontario. The reason is simple. We say what we will do, and we do it.
We keep your best interests at heart
Please contact us today if you, or a loved one, have been seriously injured on someone else’s premises.
- Free initial consultations
- Hospital and in-home visits
- Free parking (London office)
Call Lerners today:
Toll free: 1-800-263-5583
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