Premises Liability Attorneys Serving Illinois Accident Victims
If you’ve been injured while on someone else’s property, Illinois premises liability laws provide you with legal options to hold negligent parties liable and help you collect monetary compensation for the damages you’ve sustained. Whether you suffered a slip and fall accident, or have been injured as a result of poor maintenance, inadequate security or other dangerous property conditions, an injury lawyer at Herbert Law Firm can help you obtain compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and out of pocket expenses.
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Cases that Fall Under Premises Liability Law
Our injury attorneys represent clients who have been injured in all types of premises liability accidents. Dangerous property conditions can occur under a variety of circumstances, but some of the most common cases include:
- Slip and Fall Accidents. The National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) reports that more than 8 million hospital emergency room visits in the United States every year are attributed to slip and fall accidents. These types of incidents are the number one cause of accidental injury in the U.S. Most falls happen from ground level and are caused by slippery surfaces, cluttered or debris-filled walkways, inadequate lighting and poor maintenance.
- Defects and Disrepair. Poorly maintained sidewalks, dangerous stairways, worn or damaged furnishings, malfunctioning equipment, and missing safety devices like handrails are responsible for a large number of premises liability lawsuits.
- Inadequate Security. When criminal acts cause harm to victims, property owners and managers can sometimes be held liable. By failing to provide adequately trained security personnel, ample lighting, or functional security hardware like locks, for example, a property owner can be held liable for negligent security if a crime results in injuries.
- Dog Bites/Animal Attacks. If a dog or other animal bites or attacks a victim, the property owner can often be held liable for injuries. Since owners are obligated to ensure that their property is free from hazards, including dangerous animals, premises liability law may apply.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our law firm understands that those injured have unique losses and concerns. These can range from work restrictions, lost overtime and off-duty assignments, fitness-for-duty and safety concerns, injury aggravation from ordinary work duties, permanent injury, and loss of seniority, retirement, and other benefits. Below are common FAQ’s you may have in relation to personal injuries, car accidents and disciplinary hearings.