New Hampshire Defective Premises Lawyer
Defective, or negligently maintained premises, are among the most common sources of serious personal injuries and wrongful death. The range of defective conditions which give rise to “premises liability” claims are extremely broad. Examples of defective premises associated with serious injury or death include defective building construction, inadequate building maintenance, unfilled holes in land, unapparent obstructions, lack of conformity with applicable building code regulations, including defects in stairway design or maintenance, lack of required railings, inadequate lighting, defective flooring, defective electrical wiring, defective plumbing, injuries caused by broken glass, injuries caused by defective heating systems, such as carbon monoxide poisoning and gas leaks, defective building repairs, deck failures caused by rot or other eroding building materials, egress related issues, and other building and land-related hazards.
Parker | Scheer has represented scores of clients injured or killed as a result of defective premises. For more information about your potential case, or to speak directly to one of our attorneys, contact us for a free confidential case review or call our offices toll free, seven days a week, at 800-414-0400. There is never a charge for an initial consultation. If you need a lawyer outside of New Hampshire, please contact us for a referral.