Bucks County and Montgomery Premises Liability Attorney

Did you suffer serious injury because a property owner failed to address an obvious safety hazard? The law firm of Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC will assert your rights to compensation for your medical treatment and other losses.

Slip and fall injury attorney Louis P. Lombardi has secured settlements for slip and fall accidents and similar injuries under Pennsylvania premises liability law. With three office locations in Pennsylvania, we represent the injured in Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County, and Chester County.

To prevail in a slip and fall case, we must show that the owner knew or should have known about the danger, and had reasonable opportunity to fix the hazard or place warning signs. Situations include: 

  • Spilled liquids or produce in the supermarket
  • Floors slick from mopping, waxing or melted snow
  • Torn carpet, boxes in aisles and other tripping hazards
  • Parking lot potholes or uneven sidewalk pavement
  • Broken stairs, railings or lights
  • Unexpected or obscured step-ups/step-downs

You also must have a legitimate injury. General soreness, torn pants or a bruised ego from a very public slip and fall are not viable claims. But we have won cases involving serious injuries, including:

  • fractured wrists
  • broken legs and hips,
  • head trauma
  • disabling back injuries

We have successfully sued grocery stores, retailers, restaurants, apartment buildings and other businesses in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Chester County, and Delaware County.

Mr. Lombardi spent 10 years defending corporations and insurance companies, and that knowledge is invaluable when investigating slip and fall accidents and preparing claims. Since 1991, he has represented only plaintiffs in personal injury litigation.

Work-Related Slip and Falls

If you were injured in a slip and fall at work, your medical bills and lost wages are covered by workers’ compensation, regardless of fault. However, if the negligence of a third party outside your line of employment caused your fall — a construction subcontractor or property owner who created a tripping hazard — you may have a premises liability lawsuit in addition to your workers’ comp claim.

Start the Investigation Now

Let our experienced lawyers determine if you have an actionable premises liability claim. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can send investigators to document the dangerous condition or locate witnesses.