We Help The Victims Of Premises Liability Accidents Pursue Compensation

Most people have heard of a slip/trip-and-fall accident. However, there seems to be a widely held belief that a property owner is automatically responsible for injuries that occur on the owner's property. That is not at all true.

Get The Facts Surrounding Slip-And-Fall Accidents

The legal duty, if any, owed by an owner or occupier of land to persons on the premises is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Just some of the concepts that can affect premises liability include:

  • Residential or commercial property
  • Injured adult or child
  • Injured person lawfully on the premises or a trespasser
  • Natural or unnatural accumulation of ice or snow
  • Open and obvious condition vs. deliberate encounter
  • Notice of the condition to the land owner/occupier

The above list is not at all complete but meant to give some idea of the complexities attendant to premises liability cases. It would be a most daunting task for anyone to take on the complexities of slip-and-fall or premises liability claims without an experienced advocate on your side.

After A Slip-And-Fall Accident, Gather Evidence And Call Our Lawyer

If you were injured in a slip-and-fall accident, try to gather evidence of the scene — pictures taken with your phone are often critical because the appearance of the scene of an injury can change quickly.

To learn more about how we can help you pursue full and fair compensation for your injuries, contact our Aurora law office by calling 630-518-4438 or complete our email contact form to receive a prompt response from our professional staff. We offer free initial consultations and handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis — meaning you pay no legal fees unless we recover on your behalf.