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Building Code Violation Lawyer in Anchorage

Alaska Landlord Negligence Attorney

There is a very good reason there are local building codes: safety. When property owners fail to meet basic building codes, they are putting people in danger. If you or someone you love has been injured on someone else's property because of conditions that were not up to code, an experienced lawyer can help you understand and protect your rights.

The property owner may also have violated a State or Federal Code like OSHA. This violation could prove that the owner failed to use reasonable care.

At the Law Office of Gregory J. Grebe, our Anchorage building code violation attorney has been protecting the rights of injury victims for more than 30 years. We know the Alaska building code and we can recognize the signs of negligence. Representing injured people throughout Anchorage, Palmer, Wasilla, Kenai, Soldotna and beyond, we will make sure you secure the relief you need.

Decades of Experience Protecting Personal Injury and Negligence Victims

Anchorage has a uniform building code. It applies to all buildings, whether they are private, public or commercial property. There are a number of things in the building code, which are often ignored by private homeowners and can cause slip-and-fall injuries or contribute to other types of accidents. Our firm is familiar with the Anchorage building code, and we handle personal injury claims involving a number of violations, including:

  • Stair tread is too narrow or steps not uniform
  • No handrail
  • Baluster gaps on upper decks and balconies

Most businesses should be aware of the risks they take when they do not follow the Alaska building code. However, homeowners are often unaware or unconcerned about the details in the code. Whether a homeowner built his or her own home, hired a negligent contractor or moved into his or her home as is, they can be held responsible for dangerous conditions.

Our firm handles all building code violation accident claims on a contingency basis, so you do not have to worry about legal fees as we help you explore your options and protect your rights.

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If you have been injured on someone else's property and your injury was caused by a building code violation, find out what you can do to protect your rights. Attorney Gregory Grebe is ready to help you explore your recovery options. Located in Anchorage, we also offer home and hospital visits. Contact us online or call 800-490-3946 today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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