Superior Slip-And-Fall Accident Lawyers
We all do what we can to avoid the hazards present in our daily lives, but we still depend on others to hold up their end of the bargain. When you’re out and about enjoying what Superior has to offer you care exposed to risks such as slippery floors, uneven sidewalks, crooked steps, and more. If you are injured through no fault of your own in a slip, trip or fall, it’s important to understand your legal right to be compensated for the damages you suffer.
Property owners – including homeowners and businesses – are responsible for ensuring the safety of their customers and the public. That includes addressing safety hazards in a timely fashion and providing adequate warning to others who could be harmed by them in the meantime. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a slip-and-fall accident, you can rely on the proven injury lawyers at Nicolet Law Office, S.C., to guide you through the legal process and get the compensation you need for your medical bills, pain-and-suffering and lost wages.
Who Is Liable For Slip-And-Fall Injuries?
There are accidents caused by acts of God and then there are accidents that can be prevented. It’s an extreme example, but slipping on a sidewalk due to a tornado tearing through the heart of Superior would fall into the former category. Slipping on a sidewalk because a property owner has failed to address a leaky downspout or attempt to remove ice buildup is the latter. When property owners are aware of hazards – or should be aware of hazards – they are responsible for what happens when those hazards are not addressed.
Even when there is a clear liability in a slip-and-fall case, the insurance companies will still go to great lengths to limit the damages you are compensated for. It’s harsh, but they are effectively padding their bottom line at the expense of your physical harm, emotional damage, and financial ruin. We will fight to assert your rights and level the playing field so you can be fully compensated for economic and noneconomic losses.
We Are Here To Help Make Things Right For You
Your focus should be on healing and making sure your family is taken care of, not fighting with the insurance companies. Call us today at 715-802-0872 or contact us online, and we’ll take care of the rest. You will owe no attorney fees until we recover compensation for you.