Under premises liability law, property owners in Chicago have a duty to maintain safe conditions on their properties so that visitors are not injured, and business owners must post warnings of unsafe conditions. Nonetheless, accidents are common and often happen in grocery stores, restaurants, office buildings, shopping malls, and parking lots. Slipping and falling is the most common premises liability accident. But injuries are also frequently caused by inadequate security, fires, explosions, and exposure to hazardous materials.
Our Chicago premises liability lawyers handle all types of cases, including injuries arising from:
- Slippery or Wet Floors
- A Spill Not Timely Cleaned up
- Broken Steps
- Poor Lighting
- Broken or Missing Handrails
- Faulty Elevators or Escalators
- Uneven or Cracked Sidewalks
- A Large Hole Without Barricades
- Icy Sidewalks
- A Dangerous Condition Without Warnings Posted
Following an injury resulting from a property owner’s failure to properly maintain the premises, you should report the accident to the police or security personnel, and get the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any witnesses. You should also contact an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
Our Chicago Premises Liability Lawyers Will Fight For You
Premises liability law can be complex and difficult to understand. At Jackowiak Law Offices, our firm has years of experience representing injury victims. We know the ins and outs of the law, and we will fight for you until your case is resolved. Call us today at 312-795-9595, or contact us online now to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with our team of premises liability lawyers.