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Chicago Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer

Jackson Park premises liability lawyer for slip and fall injuries

Attorney for Fall Injuries in Hyde Park and Cook County

When a personal injury occurs on someone else's property, victims may not only struggle with physical pain and financial hardship, but they may have difficulty determining who was responsible and whether they can receive compensation for their damages. Following a slip and fall injury, a person may pursue a premises liability lawsuit against the owner of the property where the incident occurred. In these cases, it is essential to work with an experienced attorney who can gather evidence to demonstrate liability and ensure that a victim receives compensation that fully addresses their injuries.

The Kadzai Law Group, LLC provides legal representation for victims in a wide variety of injury cases, and we can help you understand your options for recovering compensation from a negligent property owner. Attorney David Kadzai has more than 10 years of experience, and he will fight to protect your rights while ensuring that you receive the compensation you need and deserve.

Causes of Slip and Fall Injuries

Losing one's footing and falling down may seem like a minor incident, but in many cases, these types of accidents result in serious injuries that can affect a victim's health and well-being for years to come. Fall injuries can result in broken bones, sprained or dislocated joints, traumatic brain injuries, and damage to the neck or spine. Some of the common reasons that these injuries occur include:

  • Ice and snow - Slippery surfaces may be expected during inclement weather, but property owners should still take precautionary measures to clear walkways or provide signs warning people of slick floors. Under Illinois law, property owners may be liable for injuries that occurred because of an unnatural accumulation of snow or ice. For example, improper drainage that allowed ice to build up on a walking surface could result in serious fall injuries.
  • Uneven or damaged surfaces - Property owners should make sure all floors, sidewalks, or other walking surfaces are free from tripping hazards. Uneven sidewalks, potholes in parking lots, missing floor tiles, or other issues could cause a visitor to trip, fall, and suffer an injury. Property owners may also be liable for injuries that occurred because they did not provide proper lighting that would ensure that visitors could notice any hazards.
  • Damaged or dangerous stairwells - A person can suffer severe injuries when falling down stairs, and these types of accidents may occur if stairs are broken, if surfaces do not provide the proper traction, if handrails are missing or damaged, or if a stairwell does not have adequate lighting.
  • Broken handrails, balconies, or elevated walkways - Falls from an upper level to a lower level can be especially dangerous, and they may result in serious injuries or wrongful death. A person may experience this type of fall because damaged handrails did not support their weight or because of the collapse of a balcony or walkway.

Contact a Calumet City Slip and Fall Injury Attorney

Even a minor slip and fall accident can lead to injuries that affect your physical health and your family's financial well-being. You may require emergency medical treatment and ongoing physical therapy, and you may be unable to return to work while recovering, all of which can add up to significant financial hardship. When your injury was caused by the negligence of a property owner, you deserve to receive compensation that addresses the financial harm your family has suffered, as well as your physical and emotional pain and suffering.

To learn how we can help you pursue compensation for a slip and fall injury, contact our office at 312-229-0050 to arrange a free consultation. We will not charge any legal fees unless we collect compensation in your case. We represent clients throughout Cook County and Chicago, including Calumet City, Hyde Park, Bedford Park, Oak Lawn, Harvey, Burnham, Merrionette Park, Dixmoor, Dolton, Riverdale, Robbins, Calumet Heights, Evergreen Park, Jackson Park, and Burbank.

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