Overview

From the Simple to the Complex

We represent commercial and residential property owners, as well as property management companies, in all aspects of premises liability matters, including:

  • Dangerous Conditions
  • Uneven Pavement
  • Snow/Ice removal 
  • Hazardous Conditions
  • Premises Security
  • Slip and Fall

Through a complex, thorough review of contracts, we work to identify other potentially responsible parties that may be obligated to assume defense costs. We have a strong track record of successfully minimizing or eliminating clients’ financial liability.

We represent national and regional insurance companies in defense of a variety of claims, including construction defects, premises liability, automobile accidents, fire, theft and other insured claims.  We have tried over 100 cases, both bench and jury, and several hundred arbitrations for our insurance clients, many of which have resulted in complete defense verdicts.

Experience
  • Successfully defended construction manager of school project whereby manager was not only released from all claims but also indemnified by plaintiff school board for attorneys’ fees incurred in defending case.
  • Obtained a defense verdict on behalf of an imaging center in a medical malpractice action in which the radiologist admitted liability for missing a brain tumor on an MRI scan.
  • Represented either the home owner, home owner association, property manager, commercial property owner, contractor, snow removal contractor or commercial tenant in multiple premises liability matters involving snow, ice, and other defects.
  • Obtained defense verdict at jury trial in favor of client in slip and fall matter.
News

Full Defense Jury Verdict

Matthew McGuire recently obtained a full defense verdict in a jury trial in Delaware County.  The lawsuit involved water infiltration through windows and stucco in a newly constructed home.  Our client was a builder that worked on the framing of the home.  Our client was hired by the owner directly after the general contractor became…

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