>Slip And Fall Premises Liability Injuries
You were injured because of a property owner’s negligence. What do you do?
Every property owner has a responsibility to keep his or her property in safe condition. This applies to private homes as well as to commercial establishments, such as stores and restaurants. When we visit someone’s home or the site of a business, it’s reasonable to expect that property to be safe from obstacles we could trip over, things that can fall on us, or slippery areas where we could slip and fall. When this does happen, the property owner may be liable. Most often, the owner is insured.
If you have been injured as a result of the property owner’s negligence, Roger can help you get the compensation you deserve. He has extensive experience in Premises Liability cases and knows how to prepare a case and win. His record of settlements and verdicts speaks for itself. Let Roger speak for you.
No fee unless we collect money for you.
Your case is accepted on a contingency basis. That means Roger only charges you if you receive a financial settlement or verdict in your favor, whether it’s settled in or out of court. If you don’t collect money, you don’t get a bill. It’s that simple.
If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, call Roger now. He wants to hear in your own words what happened.
I was on my way to my car after work and slipped on the ice and fell in the parking lot. I wasn’t able to work for over a year. When I did come back, the loss of function in my ankle prevented me from doing my old job. Another attorney referred me to Roger. He worked with my employer to get me a job more suitable for limited mobility and I ended up getting the maximum benefit after about two years from the date of the injury. – Tiffany, Workers Comp case