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 at the grocery store, or if you’re the victim of an explosion, fire or burn incident, poor maintenance, inadequate security or other dangerous property conditions that led to your injuries, 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 that are due to your accident.
To learn more about your legal options and how a premises liability attorney can help protect your rights, contact us today at 312-655-7660. Your consultation is free, and we won’t collect a fee for our services until we recover compensation for your case.
Insurance companies and property owners often attempt to deny responsibility or settle premises liability cases for much less than they are worth. Additionally, Illinois laws place the burden of establishing proof that negligence was the cause of an accident on the victim.
To maximize your recovery, our injury lawyers will investigate every aspect of your claim, gather the evidence, and prepare your case for litigation. We gather medical bills and records, incident reports, photographs of the scene, statements from witnesses, and other relevant documentation to ensure that the evidence for your personal injury claim is presented in its entirety. Our meticulous preparation also helps uncover all responsible parties in your case so each entity that is liable for your injuries is held accountable.
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:
Contact a premises liability attorney at Herbert Law Firm today at 312-655-7660 to learn more about recovering damages when you’ve been injured due to a property owner’s negligence.