Premises liability holds the owners and occupiers of property responsible for injuries that occur on that property. The types of premises liability injuries which occur are wide ranged and often recovery is possible. As long as you are legally on the property and you can prove that the person in control of the property is at fault, you can and should recover.
The owner/occupier of property must exercise reasonable care for the safety of the visitor. This reasonable care is violated when the owner/occupier fails to inspect the property for dangerous conditions, fails to fix dangerous conditions on the property, or even fails to discover or warn of dangerous conditions. These are just some of the considerations that an attorney looks for.
Only an experienced attorney can adequately evaluate the various factors in determining whether a premises liability case exists. The attorney will consider whether the owner/occupier of the land acted with reasonable care, and whether the injury could have been avoided. An attorney at The Law Offices of McCready, Garcia & Leet, P.C. can best determine through the law and prior decided cases whether you have a case. Often it does.
Call us at (773) 779-9885 and ask to speak to a Chicago Premises Liability attorney today!