Protecting Your Rights, Family And Future

Protecting The Rights Of People Injured On Someone Else’s Property

Various local, state and federal laws impose numerous obligations on property owners throughout the state of Michigan. Although these laws often vary from city to city, they have underlying facts that are similar regardless of where the property is located. In general, property owners are obligated to keep their land and the buildings on their land safe for visitors and guests.

At Vahdat Weisman Law, we are committed to helping people who have suffered injuries on the property of others due to the property owner’s negligence. Our attorneys have decades of experience holding negligent property owners accountable for their actions and inaction that result in injuries to others. After retaining our legal team for your case, we will immediately investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident and gather critical evidence to ensure you have the strongest case possible to get the justice you deserve for your injuries.


Slip-and-falls are some of the most common types of premises liability accidents. A wide variety of conditions lead to these types of accidents, including:

  • Wet, oily or slippery floor surfaces
  • Ice and snow that are not treated or removed
  • Hidden extension cords on floor surfaces
  • Defective staircases or railing
  • Unsecured rugs or carpeting
  • Thresholds
  • Broken sidewalks, steps, floor surfaces, of stairs

Other Types Of Premises Liability Accident Claims

Numerous other types of accidents can lead to injuries on the property of others. Our skilled and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys have extensive experience helping our clients protect their legal rights and get the justice they deserve after being harmed. Over the years, we have helped numerous clients with premises liability cases surrounding injuries, including and stemming from:

  • Inadequate property maintenance
  • Dog/animal bites or attacks
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals
  • Snow and ice accidents (slippery surface)
  • Fire and burn injuries
  • Electrocution injuries
  • Inadequate security that leads to assault and injuries
  • Water leaks/flooding
  • Amusement park accidents
  • Defective conditions
  • Elevator/escalator accidents
  • Toxic fume exposure

Take The First Step Today

Many incidents can lead to injuries and damages for victims while visiting homes, businesses, parks and various other property types in Michigan. If you were injured in an accident as a result of another person’s negligent actions, schedule a free consultation with a member of our legal team. Call our office at 877-903-7401 or contact us online.