Slip-and-Fall Injuries / Premises Liability

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you might be entitled to money to compensate you for past and future medical bills, lost wages, and pain & suffering. 

Premises liability is a term used to define the legal obligation that a property owner has for damages and accidents that happen on their property.  To prevent accidents, property owners should be careful in maintaining safe premises and cautioning guests of potential perils.  Property owners can be held responsible for injuries that happen because of hazardous conditions on their property.  Government entities can also be owners and can be held responsible for injuries that occur on public property. 

Injuries can also occur when individuals use equipment on the owner’s property, slips and falls, or when the owner neglects to provides adequate security.  Slip and fall accidents happen for many reasons including:

  • Obstructions on the floor or walkway
  • Slick flooring
  • Uneven walkways
  • Unbalanced flooring
  • Potholes
  • Unfavorable weather conditions (such as ice, snow, or rain)
  • Rippled carpeting
  • Poorly lit or unmarked pathways or stairs

Injuries can run from scratches and bruises to catastrophic injuries that end with permanent disability or even death.

Attorney Bruce A. Kugler has the necessary experience to help you.  He will participate in negotiations with the responsible party to reach a settlement, and if necessary, will take your case through the whole court process.  With his assistance, you can if necessary, file a claim or law suit against the party responsible for your accident and/or injuries.  However, filing a formal lawsuit may not even be necessary.  Settlements frequently happen before a law suit is even filed. Attorney Bruce A. Kugler will negotiate on your behalf with the goal of obtaining a reasonable settlement in the quickest and easiest way possible. It is important for you to speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as you are injured.  The courts have set time limits for filing a lawsuit.

There is no cost or obligation to meet with Attorney Bruce A. Kugler to discuss and evaluate your claim. 

To learn more about how to protect your rights, contact The Kugler Law Firm, P.C. at  (844) “I Got Law” (844) 446-8529 or (217) 636-7050.