Morris Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Experienced Premises Liability Lawyers in Morris
Owners and managers of residential, commercial, and even governmental property located in the State of Illinois have a duty of care to maintain a reasonably safe environment for others. This idea falls under an area of law known as premises liability.
If the owner or manager is aware, or should be aware, that a safety hazard exists, it is their responsibility to address it in a timely manner. Some examples of a liability that may exist on a property include slippery and icy surfaces, poorly lit parking lots, and improperly secured areas.
Holding Negligent Parties Responsible
When the failure to address a safety issue by a property owner or manager occurs, it can have serious consequences. Employees, guests, and others may fall victim to the hazards that exist, and suffer injury. With a major injury to attend to, victims could find themselves experiencing medical expenses piling up, an inability to work and earn an income, and numerous other hardships.
In these situations, the negligent parties should be held fully responsible for their inaction. Our Morris personal injury attorneys at Mueller, Lawson & Frobish, P.C. have been assisting clients with premises liability claims and lawsuits for more than two decades, and have the in-depth knowledge of this legal area to effectively assist you.
Have you suffered an injury in one of the following types of accidents?
- Pool or swimming area accident
- Slip and fall accident
- Construction site accident
- Accidents and crimes facilitated by negligent security measures
- Stairway, walkway, parking lot, or sidewalk accidents
A Detailed & Extensive Investigation into Your Case
Proving your premises liability claim often takes an extensive investigation into the incident. Our Morris personal injury lawyers will immediately begin work from the moment that we take on your case.
We will collect all the necessary evidence and documentation to prove that a dangerous condition existed on the property, that the owner or manager neglected their duty of care in addressing it, and that you were injured as a result.