Have You Or A Loved One Suffered An Injury As A Result Of Property Hazards? We Can Help.

While commonly occurring, it's often difficult to determine fault and responsibility in cases of slip-and-falls or trip-and-falls. These cases, referred to as premises liability cases, can often cause serious personal injuries. You may suffer an injury that causes you to lose wages as you remain unable to work, while your medical bills keep rising.

Simply put, property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises reasonably safe for their employees and the public. If you have suffered an injury as a result of property hazards or unsafe conditions, a knowledgeable lawyer can help you determine if you have a premises liability case and, if so, recover compensation.

At Scanlon & Wojton, we have the resources and the tenacity to pursue complex premises liability cases for clients across Pennsylvania. Our attorneys have obtained notable verdicts and settlements in many serious injury cases, and we work tirelessly on behalf of our clients to get them fair and just compensation as they and their loved ones recover.

Working To Provide You With Peace Of Mind

At our firm, we work with a team of investigators and professionals to determine the causes of any serious premises injury and leverage that knowledge to put our clients in a position to obtain the appropriate damages.

We have the legal resources to take on businesses and municipalities. Whether you've been injured on wet floors, due to missing handrails, on poorly maintained city sidewalks or due to any other dangerous property conditions, we'll help prove the causal connection and work to get you compensation.

Contingency Fee Representation

With over 45 years of combined legal experience, our lawyers know what steps to take to put our clients in successful positions. As seasoned litigators, we are always ready to step up on your behalf and see your case through from beginning to end.

To learn more about how our attorneys can help you, call our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, office at 412-709-5624 or use the contact form.