Injured In A Slip-And-Fall Accident? Let Us Help You Pursue Compensation.

Most people have heard of a slip, trip or fall accident. However, the old notion that you are automatically entitled to compensation if you injure yourself on another person's property is not entirely true.

Get The Facts Surrounding Slip-And-Fall Accidents

Like many other states, Illinois laws make it difficult for the victims of slip, trip and fall accidents to collect compensation from property owners and their insurers. Still, if you were injured by slipping on spilled water on the floor of a grocery store or tripped on uncleared debris around a construction site, we encourage you to reach out and speak with our attorney regarding your options for pursuing compensation.

At Amoni Law Offices, P.C., we handle a wide variety of personal injury cases. In our more than 30 years of experience, we have witnessed the evolution of the laws and methods that property owners and insurance companies use to fight these types of cases. We can work with your health care provider to understand the full extent of your injuries. We can then determine whether a property owner's negligence contributed to the conditions that caused the accident and guide you through the claims process.

Premises liability accidents often occur in malls, other shopping centers, convenience stores and supermarkets and on icy or slippery ground in parking lots. In short, if you suffered an injury while on someone else's property and the owner or manager failed to take proper precautions to provide a reasonably safe environment, you may have a claim for compensation to help with your medical bills and other expenses.

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 can be an excellent source when establishing negligence. Even if it has been days since the incident, you may still be able to gather evidence of negligence.

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.