Property owners that host tourists in Hawaii have a responsibility to consider the well-being and safety of their guests. Premises liability law often comes into play in accidental injuries and deaths in Hawaii because of the many special places that cater to tourists. Every landowner in Hawaii has an obligation to protect residents and visitors who may be injured on or in residential, commercial or government lands and buildings.
If you have been seriously injured or a family member lost his or her life on public or private property in Hawaii, contact an experienced slip-and-fall lawyer to learn about your options.
Skilled Legal Assistance With Trips, Falls And Slips In Hawaii
The Honolulu law firm of Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks handles serious personal injury cases resulting from:
- Balcony falls
- Shopping center falls
- Water feature accidents
- Pit bull maulings
- Dog bite injuries
- Swimming pool accidents
- Inadequate security
- Other claims stemming from premises accidents
Our list of verdicts and settlements illustrates the variety and caliber of personal injury cases that our law firm regularly handles.
Whether the injury victim was a tourist, resident, construction worker or service provider, the premises liability lawyers of Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks welcome the opportunity to evaluate the claim. We can help determine property owner or hotel liability. If we believe that you will be better served by another law firm, we will discuss your options with you.
Hawaii residents who have been injured or lost family members in serious trip-and-fall accidents here or elsewhere are encouraged to contact us. Our premises liability law attorneys will evaluate whether you have a strong premises liability case that is likely to bring you financial relief after an animal attack, staircase accident, horseback riding injury or slip-and-fall injury.
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Send us an email or call us locally at 808-524-1433 or toll free at 800-227-8601 to schedule your free consultation. All personal injury claims are handled on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we win your case.