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South Bend Premises Liability Attorneys

slip and fall accidentWhen we enter into public spaces, we expect a secure and safe environment. When property owners fail to keep the area safe, they are putting you and your loved ones in danger.

Every day, people suffer from broken bones, sprains, concussions and more after a slip, trip and fall on public and private property.

If you have been hurt as a result of property owner negligence, contact our South Bend premises liability attorneys. We can help you obtain the MAXIMUM amount of compensation for your pain and suffering.

Call (844) 678-1800 or fill out a contact form.

Common Types of Claims

Although a slip and fall incident is the most common type of premises liability claim, there are many other instances that could lead injury victims to speak with a lawyer.

Below are some of the most common types of claims.

  • Swimming pool slip and fall
  • Elevator/Escalator falls
  • Snow and ice accidents
  • Construction zone accidents
  • Supermarket falls
  • Amusement park accidents
  • Fires
  • Asbestos exposure

Landowner Responsibilities

No matter the type of property where an accident may have occurred, property owners are liable for injuries incurred due to property hazards. Additionally, the owner is held liable should they have failed to keep their property in safe conditions.

The owner/occupier has a duty to exercise reasonable care in the management of the premises to protect a visitor from foreseeable dangers. For example, at a supermarket, the owners and staff have a duty to clean up and mark slippery surfaces in order to prevent falls. A premises owner has a duty to remove ice and snow that has been tracked onto the premises that could cause unsafe conditions.

Victims of negligent property management may be entitled to recover damages for past and future medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and more. The statute of limitations for filing a premises liability claim in Indiana is two years.

How a Premises Liability Attorney Can Help

A premises liability lawyer can help to determine who should be held liable for the injuries you sustained while on someone else’s property. At Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak we believe in using every tool at our disposal to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

Each attorney and staff member at our law firm is passionate about helping people. When you need peace of mind, trust Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak.

Let our personal injury lawyers handle your premises liability claim and secure the financial compensation you need during this difficult time.

For a free legal consultation, call (844) 678-1800 or fill out a Free Case Review.