Chicago Trip and Fall Lawyer – Premises Liability Attorney Chicago
When you enter any office building or any retail establishment, you shouldn’t have to be concerned for your safety.
It is part of the public trust, that an invitation to enter a business or store should be free of obstacles or dangerous conditions that could lead to injury, or worse, death. However, a frayed carpet, faulty stair, broken sidewalk, or hidden obstacle, can lead to a serious accident leaving the victim helpless and in the hospital.
The law is on your side
When a trip and fall in a public place or in another person’s house leads to serious injury, you should know that laws exist that allow you to seek redress and compensation for your injuries and losses. At the Willens Law Offices we have the experience and skill to help you during this stressful time. We take care of the details so you can focus on your recovery. We make sure your rights are protected and your legal claim for compensation is firmly established.
As soon after your accident as possible, you should determine how and why you tripped. The obstacles we mentioned above and more, indicate negligence by the property owner. The property owner will have insurance but the insurance company may have other ideas about who was at fault. They will launch an investigation of their own to determine the cause. They may even want to know your medications and any physical ailments you have, to show that your accident was at least in part, your fault.
Having Matthew Willens in your corner will make your life easier. As a former attorney for the insurance companies, he knows their tactics and how to thwart them. He knows insurance law and will be able to show the liability of the property owner.
Compensation for your injuries
The insurance company may try to dazzle you with a large settlement right away. However, nothing is more dazzling than the actual costs of your injury when you factor in current and future medical bills, lost income, rehabilitation, to say nothing of the cost of your pain and suffering. Your just compensation covers the real costs of your injury with the acknowledgement that financial remuneration can’t compensate for everything.