Maryland Premises Liability Attorneys & Negligence Lawyers
Maryland Negligence law provides legal remedies for individuals and their families when injury or death is caused by the negligence of another person or their employer in failing to maintain property held open to the public or to persons invited to visit, such as shopping malls, private communities and office buildings. Examples of negligence that may give rise to liability of property owners include, failure to warn or correct dangerous conditions (such as a defective flooring, open manhole cover, slippery floor, lead paint, asbestos, etc.). Contact the Maryland Premises Liability Attorneys and Negligence Lawyers at Cowie & Mott, P.A. to discuss your case involving injury and death caused by dangerous conditions on property open to the public.
Maryland Premises Liability Attorneys