Were You Injured In Missouri Or Illinois On Someone Else’s Property?
By law, an owner/possessor of land or property is generally liable for injuries to persons on the premises that are caused by a dangerous condition. This means there is a legal duty imposed on the landowner/possessor to find and remedy any dangerous conditions on the premises that might harm someone else. However, the extent of that duty is determined by the way the property is used and the reason the third party who might be injured is on the premises.
At Edelman & Muehleisen LLC, we know that these cases can be subjective and hard to fight. With over 50 years of combined legal experience, we have successfully represented premises liability cases encompassing a broad range of issues, such as:
- Icy conditions or slip-and-falls
- Construction or workplace accidents
- Fires and explosions
- Exposure to hazardous materials
- Inadequate security
- Animal bite injuries
We believe those who behave unsafely or negligently on their premises, land, or property should be held legally responsible and financially accountable to those that they hurt. This serves to teach them an important lesson and ensures that in the future, any dangerous conditions on their premises will be sought out and corrected before the next unsuspecting citizen is injured. This is especially important in commercial settings such as grocery stores, retail stores, malls, construction sites, and other places frequently visited by the public.
We Take On The Big Companies And Complex Cases
The premises liability attorneys with Edelman & Muehleisen LLC have taken on big companies like Shop ‘N Save, large office buildings, and also average homeowners. Often these entities carry large insurance policies that can cover the cost all of the harm you have suffered.