Wheelchair ramps built inaccurately.

Wheelchair ramps must adhere to strict measurements and can be in violation of the building code if they are too steep, too narrow, slope sideways, lack side curbs, or do not have proper landings or handrails.

Dangerous outdoor areas.

Property owners have a duty to ensure that gates, fences, parking lots, sidewalks, decks, play areas, and structures such as carports and sheds are all safe for authorized visitors to use.

Inadequate security measures.

Property owners are required to make their premises reasonably safe, especially if they are responsible for the well-being of tenants and visitors. Owners can be held liable when a lack of security leads to an injury such as in an unsecured parking garage or because of faulty or improper locks.

Have You Been Injured On Someone's Property In Rhode Island?

If you've been injured on someone else's property you need to speak with an experienced premises liability lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Warwick office directly at 401.946.3200 to schedule your free consultation. We help injury victims in Providence, Warwick and all areas of Rhode Island.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.
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