Attorney Holding Property Owners Liable
Premises liability cases involve injuries suffered on another’s property. It can involve a wide variety of injuries, including broken bones resulting from a fall, or lacerations due to a dog bite or animal attack. Injuries can occur at someone else’s residence, in apartment buildings and in stores, restaurants or shopping malls. It is important to remember that such injuries can often be quite severe. Besides broken bones, individuals may suffer concussions and traumatic brain injuries or permanent injuries to the neck and back.
I am attorney Kurt M. Schultz of Plymouth, Michigan. I have extensive experience handling difficult and challenging premises liability cases. Besides understanding how to investigate such accidents and find out what occurred, I can hold negligent parties and their insurers accountable for the injuries you suffer.
The Types Of Premises Liability Cases We Represent
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Kurt M. Schultz, PLLC, will provide representation whenever severe injuries arise in a premises liability case. I routinely handle cases involving:
- Dog bite and animal attacks: An aggressive dog can cause substantial injuries to victims. This is especially true when the victims are children or the elderly. An attack can lead to lacerations, infections and scarring. Injuries to the face may also require reconstructive surgery. Owners of pets are ultimately responsible for the injuries their pets cause.
- Slip-and-fall injuries: Homeowners and businesses have an obligation to keep their property safe for visitors. This includes keeping sidewalks clean, railings and staircases in good repair, and having adequate lighting. Owners must also warn visitors of existing dangers. Injuries resulting from slip-and-fall accidents can result in broken bones as well as serious head, neck and back injuries.
- Negligent security: You have a right to feel safe when visiting a business, venue or restaurant. Should you face injury due to an assault or physical attack by a bystander and someone working on the premises, you have a right to bring a lawsuit against the owners.
- Elevator or escalator accidents: Owners of property have a duty to keep all equipment on the premises safe to prevent injuries from occurring. Proper and routine maintenance of elevators and escalators can prevent accidents from occurring.
We know how to negotiate with insurance companies and to locate adequate coverage. We strive to find a solution that allows for you to find compensation and recover from your injuries as soon as possible.
We Can Resolve Your Legal Issues
Should you wish to schedule a free consultation with an experienced lawyer to discuss your premises liability claim in detail, contact my office by calling 734-392-8234. I will charge no fee unless my firm recovers compensation for you.