Holding Property Owners Accountable
Property owners and managers have a duty to keep their premises safe for visitors. If someone is injured or killed as a result of insufficient maintenance or insufficient warning about dangerous conditions, the property owner or manager may be held liable.
At The Law Offices of James H. Miller Jr., in Chicago, I represent injured parties in a wide range of premises liability lawsuits. There are several types of premises liability cases. Common examples include:
- Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Fires or toxic spills
- Dog bites
- Insufficient security on public property
- Balcony collapses
The Smallest Details Can Make A Big Difference
Premises liability law is complex. There are different levels of responsibility depending upon the relationship between a property owner or manager and the injured party. For example, a retail store has a significantly higher degree of responsibility to its patrons than a homeowner has to someone who was not invited on to the property.
The outcomes of these cases often hinge on minute details and a precise interpretation of premises liability law. The attorney you enlist to represent you is critical to the outcome of your case. I have represented clients in personal injury cases for more than 25 years. I know how to build strong cases that allow me to negotiate for a resolution from a position of strength. When a fair agreement cannot be reached through negotiation, you need a lawyer like myself, who is always prepared to advocate on your behalf in court.
Get Answers To Your Questions And An Assessment Of Your Case
I welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your case and provide a candid assessment of what you can expect as an outcome. Call or use my online contact form to schedule a meeting.
Remember, you will only pay an attorney fee if I obtain a recovery for you.