When property owners fail to prevent or fix dangerous conditions on their premises, innocent people are often the ones who suffer the consequences. Have you slipped on an icy sidewalk or slippery floor? Have you tripped or fallen because of debris in a walkway? Were you injured on stairs with uneven treads or wobbly railings? These and countless other hazards can lead to significant injuries such as:
- Slipped disks and other back and neck injuries
- Broken bones
- Broken hips
- Torn ligaments
- Concussions and other head injuries
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
People whose health is already vulnerable — such as the elderly — are more likely to suffer lasting harm as a result of these accidents.
Both private homeowners and commercial property owners have an important responsibility to keep their properties in reasonably safe condition. Premises liability (a subset of personal injury law) holds property owners accountable when they fail to do so. Through a premises liability claim, you can pursue financial recovery for your lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering and other losses associated with your injuries.
We're Well-Equipped To Stand Up For You
Contact our attorneys at Milavetz, Gallop & Milavetz, P.A., for help. We will assist you in getting the full compensation you deserve. With many decades of experience, our lawyers are skilled at taking on the powerful insurance companies that defend these claims. We are in an excellent position to advise you on your rights and work with you to pursue a favorable outcome.
Our firm has a long history of success in standing up for the underdogs.
We are no strangers to protecting the rights of individuals in the face of intimidating opponents. This determination has produced a consistent record of multimillion-dollar results on behalf of injury victims and their families.
Discuss Your Rights During A Free Consultation
For a free consultation, call 612-444-5604. There is no obligation and no attorney fees unless we win. Based in the Twin Cities, we handle these cases throughout Minnesota.