If you were injured in an accident on another’s property, you may be able to hold the property’s owner or manager liable for your damages. However, there are certain elements that must be present at the time of your accident to bring a valid premises… Read More
Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere at any time. The effects of these accidents can vary, causing anything from minor scratches and bruises to severe head and spinal cord injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall accident,… Read More
One of the most common questions that our Indiana personal injury lawyers receives is who is legally responsible for a slip-and-fall accident.
Premises liability principles apply when a person is injured on property belonging to another person or entity.… Read More
Indiana property owners have the legal duty to make sure their property is safe and to take reasonable steps to prevent injuries from occurring. Snow and ice increase the likelihood of a fall, and property owners may be responsible for removing ice and… Read More
Slip and fall accidents can cause a variety of severe injuries, from cuts and bruises to broken bones, concussions and soft tissue damage.
If the accident was caused by the property owner's negligence, you may be able to file a legal claim to obtain… Read More
Many people flock to swimming pools each year to get out of the sun and enjoy warm weather. However, recreational time can quickly become dangerous when pool owners fail to take proper precautions to keep the pool safe.
If property owners do not fulfill… Read More
Most slip and fall accidents cause minor injuries and victims recover relatively quickly. Unfortunately, some falls cause severe injuries that result in long-term health problems.
If you suffered a severe injury in a slip and fall accident on someone… Read More
Have you suffered severe injuries in a slip and fall accident on someone else's property?
These accidents are common in the winter time in Indiana, as sidewalks, parking lots, roads and other areas where people walk are covered in ice or snow.
Victims… Read More
When a person is injured on someone else’s property due to an owner’s negligence, the legal concept of premises liability may be involved.
Premises liability maintains that property owners must ensure their premises are safe for authorized visitors.… Read More
When you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property through their fault or negligence, it’s important that you establish someone else’s liability for the injury, or else you will not have much chance of winning in a personal injury case.
Some cases are… Read More