Premises Liability and Slip and Fall Cases
Premises liability cases, which include slip and fall accidents, are usually the result of a property owner (business or a private homeowner) who is negligent in maintaining their property. Premise liability cases can also include:
- dog bites
- slip and fall injuries on the unnatural accumulations of snow and ice
- dangerous playgrounds
- underage drinking at a private home
- uneven sidewalks, driveways and parking lots
- slip and fall on dirty floor in stores and restaurants
- firework injuries
- inadequate security
- faulty smoke detectors
- defective electric service
- swimming pool accidents
When you or your loved one is injured on the premises owned by a business or a private homeowner, it is imperative to document the dangerous condition of the property that caused the injury. Carefully document the dangerous condition by taking photographs or video of the dangerous condition as soon as possible.
If you believe that your injuries resulted from a dangerous condition on someone else's property, you may have the right to compensation. Contact Holman & Stefanowicz, LLC at 312-258-9700 to discuss your potential case with an attorney at our firm. We can help determine if you have a claim, who the negligent party is and what insurance coverage is available to cover your potential claim.
Important Client Tip:
For some premise liability cases, your lawyer may want to utilize an expert witness, such as an engineer to inspect the premises as soon as possible following your injury. Even if you have taken pictures of the dangerous condition, contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to determine whether an expert witness should perform an inspection of the scene as soon as possible.
The law firm of Holman & Stefanowicz represents injured people throughout Illinois, including Cook County - Arlington Heights, Chicago, Cicero, Norridge and Park Ridge and Barrington; DuPage County including Wheaton; Kane County including Aurora and Elgin; Lake County including Lake Barrington and Waukegan; Macon County including Decatur; Peoria County including Peoria; Sangamon County including Springfield; Will County including Bolingbrook, Joliet, and Naperville; and Winnebago County including Loves Park, Machesney Park, Rockford, and Roscoe.
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