Have You Been Hurt Because of a Property Owner’s Negligence?
It happens time after time.
Nobody fixed the broken stair.
Nobody thought to put a motion detector on the automatic door at the dialysis clinic, to keep it from closing on weakened patients.
The wire border marker was the same color as the concrete under it – and you tripped because you couldn’t see the wire.
Water – draining off the hillside that the property owner maintained – kept collecting in the same spot on the sidewalk, causing a slick mold to coat the sidewalk whenever it rains.
The restaurant left a brick doorstop, right where people could trip on it.
Or something spilled in the aisle and no one cleaned it up.
It wouldn’t have even happened if the owner had taken care of his property – if he had done what he was supposed to do. But you’re hurt, your injuries are serious, you cannot work and you need medical care.
You need an attorney who has sued landowners and businesses before – legally, it’s called premises liability. I have worked for people like you since I became a lawyer.
I work hard to get your medical bills paid, to get back the wages you lost, to have you compensated for the pain you’ve suffered and everything that comes with it.
I work for people just like you who were injured because someone didn’t do what they were supposed to.
The property owner needs to be responsible for the consequences of what they’ve done – or didn’t do.
I’d like to talk with you. Give me a call – it’s free, and confidential – and I can tell you what your choices are. And how I can help you. My phone is 513-621-4775.
If you decide to use another lawyer, or deal with the insurance company on your own, that’s OK. But you owe it to yourself – and your family – to get the best advice you can.