You have been seriously injured because of the negligent or reckless way in which some landowner, landlord, homeowner, business owner, company or other owned, occupied, managed or maintained his property.
Perhaps it is a falling ceiling crashing down on your head, defective stairs, lack of hand rails, oil or debris on the ground that was not cleaned in due time, holes in carpet or the floor causing you to slip and fall and be injured, rat bites, etc. The possible situations are endless. The bottom line: did they know about the dangerous conditions, or at least, should they have known about it and failed to correct the dangerous situation? If the answer is yes, then there is likely negligence in the managing of their premises. Premises liability accidents very often lead to serious injuries, including those requiring hospitalization and surgery. Herniated discs and broken bones are not uncommon as are severely sprained areas of the body. The type of full monetary recovery that we seek for our premises injury clients can include:
Expenses. Recovery may include medical expenses, lost earnings, and property damage.
Pain and Suffering. Recovery may also include pain and suffering and emotional fees.
Loss of Earnings. Recovery may include lost wages and other loss of earnings.
Also, punitive damages, meant to punish the party at fault, may be sought, depending on the circumstances.
If you are married, your spouse may have a claim for loss of consortium, that is, loss of your love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, affection, society, moral support and sexual relations (or the ability to have children.)
When we take a case, we take it to win.
In these types of cases there is frequently insurance. It has been said that without an attorney fighting for you that insurance companies will do their best to take advantage of you or your loved one. They may try to fight over whose fault the accident is, say your or your loved one's medical bills are outrageous and not recoverable, deny loss of earnings and try not to give money for pain and suffering and diminishment of life style. Let’s face it, the insurance companies are not in the business of giving away money. They have trained claims adjusters trying to pay nothing, or as little as possible.
A skilled and experienced attorney with a proven track record of success is what you need, and what you need now. You need a law firm that has handled and won numerous cases, including by jury trial.
Let us help.
You pay no legal fees unless you get a monetary recovery.
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