Property owners have a responsibility to take reasonable steps to protect tenants, visitors, and others from known dangers. Failure to take those steps can cause serious injuries. When a shopping center or apartment building fails to install lights or hire guards, tenants or shoppers can be criminally assaulted. When a rooming house owner fails to install a smoke detector, tenants can die in a fire. When a landlord fails to remove lead paint from a window sill, young children can be poisoned. When a property owner fails to take reasonable steps to remove a vicious pit bull from an apartment complex, visitors can be mauled or killed.
Brown, Goldstein & Levy has successfully represented victims in these and similar cases. Over the past decade, we have collected tens of millions of dollars on behalf of victims of negligent property owners. In such premises liability cases, our reservoir of successful experience is a potent weapon.