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Dangerous Property Can Cause Life-Altering Injury

Have you or a loved one been hurt because of a property owner’s negligence? Personal injury claims against property owners are called premises liability claims. By filing one, you may be able to obtain compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs.

At Revens, Revens & St. Pierre, P.C., our premises liability lawyers have decades of experience helping people like you throughout Rhode Island. We are dedicated to helping you secure the compensation you need to move forward with your life.

Compensation In All Types Of Premises Liability Claims

Our attorneys strive to hold property owners accountable for:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Trip-and-fall accidents
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Dog bites

These acts of negligence can result in head injuries, back injuries, neck injuries and other serious injuries, as well as wrongful death. No matter how severe the injury is, our attorneys will take the action necessary to help you recover.

Proving Property Owner’s Negligence

Premises liability claims can be complex. Just because an injury was suffered does not necessarily mean the property owner was responsible and can be sued. Therefore, we are thorough in collecting evidence and witness testimony.

For example, if a store patron slips and falls on a spill made just moments prior by another patron, there is no cause for action. However, if a spill took place hours before the accident and was ignored by the store staff, the property owner should be held accountable for failing to address the hazard.

Hold A Property Owner Accountable For Hazards

For a free consultation with an experienced attorney about your personal injury claim, contact us at 401-822-2900. We accept premises liability cases on a contingency fee basis. In other words, we only collect our attorney’s fee in the event we recover damages for you through settlement or trial.