All property owners owe you a duty of care to keep their premises reasonably safe. When they fail in this duty, catastrophic injuries can result, leaving you with large medical bills and possibly unable to return to work. If you have been hurt on someone else unsafe property, we can help you recover the damages to which you are entitled.
Failure to Maintain Property Can Result in Serious Consequences
If Wisconsin property owners fail to keep their buildings and the surrounding areas in good shape, serious injuries can result. We have helped clients receive compensation after being hurt in a variety of dangerous situations, including:
- Broken or cracked sidewalks
- Snow and ice creating slippery conditions on sidewalks or parking lots
- Slippery or wet floors
- Uneven flooring
- Loose or missing carpet and tiles
- Negligent security
- Unsafe stairs
- Structural defects
- Poor lighting
Privately Owned Vs. Publicly Owned Property
Depending on the type of property that you were on when you were hurt, different rules may apply. A person owning public property owes a much higher duty of care to individuals than a person owning private property. If, however, you are invited onto the land of a private property owner, his or her duty of care increases dramatically. No matter where you were or how you were hurt, you can rely on our team of personal injury attorneys to thoroughly analyze your situation while vigorously protecting your interests.
Contact Us for Premises Liability Injury Claims in Wisconsin
Call 414-272-4100 or contact us online for a free consultation. We can meet at your home, office or even your hospital room if need be.