Business and residential property owners are required to act reasonably to keep their property in a safe condition to prevent injury to others. Failing to do that is negligence. If that negligence caused injuries to a person lawfully on the property, that person may be entitled to compensation from the property owner, which can include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Injuries at construction sites occur daily. If you are injured on a construction site and you are not employed by the owner of the property or the contractor who is in charge of the building site, you may have the right to make a claim for compensation. We will be happy to talk with you and tell you what we think about your claim.
Owning a swimming pool or hot tub can be a great source of enjoyment, but requires great responsibility. Drowning incidents at residential, as well as public, pools can occur due to negligence. This type of case should be immediately investigated by a law firm knowledgeable and experienced in handling these types of premise cases.
If a serious injury occurs due to a slip or trip and fall, an attorney experienced in handling premise cases should immediately be contacted to investigate and preserve all evidence. f you have been injured in a slip and fall incident on the property of another, call Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg at 1-800-529-1110 for a FREE, no obligation consultation. You will speak directly to Attorney Keberle, Attorney Patrykus or Attorney Laufenberg, not to an associate.