Can I File a Premises Liability Case?
Premises liability cases can unfortunately be very complicated and difficult to pursue. These types of cases involve reckless or irresponsible property owners whose actions lead to an accident because he or she failed to maintain a safe property or warn others of a potential danger. Property owners are expected to meet certain safety standards to keep guests safe and free from injury. When property owners don’t meet these standards, you may be able to take legal action against them if they cause you injury or loss. In order to obtain compensation, however, you must be eligible according to personal injury and premises liability law.
Being injured due to a negligent property owner can be a very difficult time in your life, especially if your injuries are severe enough to require medical care or cause you to miss work. To learn more about your legal options for holding a negligent property owner responsible, contact a Kankakee premises liability lawyer of Spiros Law, P.C., today at (815) 929-9292 to schedule a free consultation.
Signs You May Have a Case
The most important step you can take after suffering an injury on someone else’s property is to contact a professional legal representative. They can evaluate your situation to help determine if you have a case. Some signs that you may have a premises liability case include:
- Documentation or proof of unsafe property
- You were injured because of the unsafe property
- The owner gave no warning of the danger
- Medical records and bills proving you received medical care due to an injury on someone else’s property
For more information about whether or not you have a premises liability case and to receive a free case evaluation, contact our Kankakee premises liability attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., at (815) 929-9292 today.