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Slip and Fall

Individuals can become injured by slipping, tripping, falling, or taking a tumble inside or out. Injuries that are caused due to defective or dangerous property conditions can be tried as premises liability cases. The attorneys at MacCloskey Kesler and Associates have extensive experience working with clients to gain fair compensation for injuries from property owners or the insurance companies that represent them.  Slip and fall cases can be very difficult and many firms will not handle them.  Our firm is not afraid of these types of cases.

 

What are examples of premises liability?

The team at MacCloskey Kesler and Associates have seen, and worked on, a variety of scenarios and situations that constitute premises liability cases. People who have slipped on ice or snow outside of someone’s property can sometimes have a case for compensation, as can people who have hurt themselves on a slippery floor surface.

The property owner is responsible for keeping the interior and exterior parts of their property safe. Individuals that visit the property, and are acting responsibly, should remain safe while visiting. If not, and a fall or slip happens, injuries can be compensated by the property owner (or property insurance company).

 

Is my specific injury covered by premises liability?

Each situation is different, and we always recommend calling our office for a free consultation. During this time together, you will meet with an attorney and tell us about your situation. We will ask clarifying questions and determine if the owner of the property was negligent.

In some situations, the slip and fall happens at the individual’s workplace. In this scenario, our firm will work with you to follow up with Workers Compensation and determine if compensation is due via your employer.

Our attorneys are experienced in all types of personal injury law, including premises liability. We would be honored to represent you as you seek compensation for your injury. Time limits can apply to specific premises liability cases, so be sure to contact us today to get started.

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Individuals can become injured by slipping, tripping, falling, or taking a tumble inside or out. Injuries that are caused due to defective or dangerous property conditions can be tried as premises liability cases. The attorneys at MacCloskey Kesler and Associates have extensive experience working with clients to gain fair compensation for injuries from property owners or the insurance companies that represent them.  Slip and fall cases can be very difficult and many firms will not handle them.  Our firm is not afraid of these types of cases.

 

What are examples of premises liability?

The team at MacCloskey Kesler and Associates have seen, and worked on, a variety of scenarios and situations that constitute premises liability cases. People who have slipped on ice or snow outside of someone’s property can sometimes have a case for compensation, as can people who have hurt themselves on a slippery floor surface.

The property owner is responsible for keeping the interior and exterior parts of their property safe. Individuals that visit the property, and are acting responsibly, should remain safe while visiting. If not, and a fall or slip happens, injuries can be compensated by the property owner (or property insurance company).

 

Is my specific injury covered by premises liability?

Each situation is different, and we always recommend calling our office for a free consultation. During this time together, you will meet with an attorney and tell us about your situation. We will ask clarifying questions and determine if the owner of the property was negligent.

In some situations, the slip and fall happens at the individual’s workplace. In this scenario, our firm will work with you to follow up with Workers Compensation and determine if compensation is due via your employer.

Our attorneys are experienced in all types of personal injury law, including premises liability. We would be honored to represent you as you seek compensation for your injury. Time limits can apply to specific premises liability cases, so be sure to contact us today to get started.

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