Property owners have a legal responsibility to maintain their premises in a safe condition. When owners do not do so and a serious accident occurs, victims can claim compensation for medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering.
If you have been the victim of an accident while visiting an unsafe property, it is critical to obtain legal representation as soon as possible after the event. Call Boxer & Gerson LLP to make an appointment for a free consultation with one of our expert personal injury specialists. We will review your case and discuss what we can do to help you get medical care and compensation for your losses.
We represent people who have suffered injuries and losses as the result of:
Our long experience in personal injury law has allowed us to win major verdicts against negligent property owners. In one case, our firm obtained a $10.6 million verdict for a man who was injured in a slip-and-fall accident. Through aggressive discovery during litigation, we proved that the store and its contractors had failed to fix problems with the roof over a three-year period prior to the incident.
In another case, we obtained a $6 million settlement for a man paralyzed as a result of a slip-and-fall from a consumer product. We followed up by assisting appropriate agencies to remove the product from the market.
After a premises liability accident, evidence that is vital to your case can disappear quickly. To preserve your rights and ability to obtain compensation, you should:
When Boxer & Gerson, LLP represents you, we will document the liability of the negligent property owner and seek maximum compensation for all your economic and non-economic losses. Whatever the source of your injury, you can depend on Boxer & Gerson, LLP to provide you with aggressive representation from the start of your case to its conclusion.
For a free consultation about a premises liability accident, contact our firm.
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