There are many forms of dangerous premises. Carbon monoxide poisoning and even death can result from a defective furnace or other gas-powered equipment in a house, apartment, office, store, or other building. The experienced St. Louis premises liability Lawyers of Sumner Law Group, have effectively represented injured clients in nearly every type of dangerous premises case, and no two are alike.

Cases can develop from many other situations: slip and falls on a slick surface or ice; defects in roadways such as missing road signs, bad intersections or pavement defects; holes or uneven surfaces in parking lots, sidewalks or floors; unmarked drop-offs, ledges, culverts or holes, dangerous retail layouts or designs, including sharp corners and displays that may cause injury to children. Construction sites, shopping centers, retail stores, private homeowners, cities and counties and other businesses may all victimize people invited to their premises.

If you have been injured in an accident, or have been a victim of a criminal act that took place on private or public property, contact the St. Louis premises liability Lawyers of Sumner Law Group.  We’ll schedule a free consultation to discuss your injuries, and how our lawyers can best represent you in your claim.


Some of the types of Dangerous Premises cases we handle:


  • Attractive Nuisance
  • Bar/Lounge Liability
  • Dangerous Premises
  • Slip and fall
  • Slick surfaces
  • Defective Premises
  • Dramshop Litigation 
  • Hotel Liability
  • Intentional Shootings
  • Liquor Liability
  • Marina Liability
  • Toxic Exposure
  • Chemical contamination
  • Motel Liability
  • Electrocution
  • Negligent Employees
  • Negligent Security 
  • Premises Assault
  • Premises Battery
  • Premises Crime
  • Premises Defects
  • Premises Security
  • Private Security
  • Property Defects
  • Resort Liability
  • Restaurant Liability
  • Slippery Surfaces
  • Tourist Injuries
  • Trip and Fall
  • Unsafe Premises
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Electrical Shocks


An emerging area of litigation involves claims against hotels, shopping centers, malls, convenience stores and other businesses that have a known problem with crime on their premises yet fail to protect their customers. Each type of case is unique as liability may involve building, electrical, or other safety codes or simply turn on whether the landowner knew or should have known of the dangerous condition on his premises.

If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by dangerous premises, contact our St. Louis premises liability Lawyers. Because the potential defendant invariably blames the customer or injured party, early representation is critical to success in this difficult area of practice.

Contact our skilled St. Louis premises liability lawyers and have your questions answered. Our lawyers have experience handling the issues behind many of your questions. Let us put your mind at ease by answering these and other questions for you.