Premises Liability

Property Owners Have a Duty to Your Safety

Slip-and-fall accidents can cause significant injury. But many victims are embarrassed or do not realize until later how badly they were hurt. Many people do not know their rights or assume it was their own fault.

If you were injured because of a slippery surface, a tripping hazard or other dangerous condition, let the personal injury lawyers of Kelly & King, P.C., determine if you have a case. We have helped many clients recover compensation from property owners under claims for premises liability.

We represent the injured in the Chicago, Downers Grove, Naperville, Lombard and throughout Cook and DuPage County, Illinois. Contact us today to arrange a free consultation.

Slip-and-Fall Injuries · Property Liability Attorneys

Business owners and landlords have a duty to patrons, tenants and visitors to keep their premises safe. Even homeowners and municipal entities have a legal obligation to keep up their property.

The experienced legal team at Kelly & King, P.C., is skilled at demonstrating that owners neglected their duty to inspect and maintain their property. Our verdicts and settlements include premises liability cases against owners of retail stores and shopping centers, supermarkets and restaurants, apartment buildings and condominiums, and other property:

  • Wet or slick floors (water, grease, food, wax, etc.)
  • Unnatural accumulation of snow and ice
  • Parking lot potholes or sidewalk defects
  • Code violations (uneven steps, missing railing, etc.)
  • Poor lighting
  • Falling merchandise, sharp protrusions, etc.

Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?

We know that slip-and-falls can result in head injury, back injury, fractures, knee injuries and other serious or permanent harm. We also know that evidence disappears quickly. (Ideally, take photos of the hazardous condition.) Seek medical attention and talk to a premises liability attorney at Kelly & King, P.C., as soon as possible.

To discuss your case and start the investigation, call 312-553-5290 or 800-331-6995, or contact us online.

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