Mahony Law represents injury victims who have slipped or fallen due to someone else’s negligence
It doesn’t matter if you are walking through a shopping mall, construction site, public park, or private residence – you shouldn’t be injured by unsafe and preventable hazards. If you’ve been harmed as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact our slip and fall lawyers to seek compensation.
Private and public property owners have a responsibility not to expose guests on their property to unsafe conditions on their premises. Our slip and fall accident lawyers have held individuals and corporations accountable for a variety of unsafe conditions, including:
When clutter or spills obscure safe, clear paths, people can easily sustain injuries. Contact us if you slipped and fell due because someone else failed to address hazardous or wet walkways.
Slips and falls are all too common at busy construction worksites. If you were injured at your place of employment, or while visiting a construction site, reach out to our slip and fall law firm.
Stores, offices, restaurants, and other venues need to keep their walkways safe – especially when it rains or snows. If you slipped on an unsafe sidewalk or parking lot, our lawyers will pursue justice for your injuries and losses.
Problems like broken or crumbling walkways or slippery waxed floors should be addressed by maintenance personnel. If you've been injured due to the negligence of another person, contact a slip and fall attorney in Kenosha immediately.
Our slip and fall injury attorneys understand that even a seemingly minor accident can have life-altering consequences. We aren’t just here to help you pursue justice – we’re here to help you negotiate a fair payment for your long-term damages.
Mahony Law offers the crucial experience and dedication needed to secure high settlements. Over the years, we have helped clients obtain payments for:
After slipping and falling on someone else’s property, you should have the time to focus on your personal life – your recovery and your family. Allow our attorneys to investigate and build your case by consulting expert witnesses while you focus on what matters most.
We’ll walk you through the process, ensuring you meet strict deadlines and present the strongest claim possible. Our slip and fall attorneys will help you build a winning case by:
Getting in touch with our experienced personal injury attorneys is the most important step in the process. Call today for a free consultation.
After falling on someone else’s property, seek medical treatment – for your own health and to establish a record of the injury. If possible, you should also document the scene and any possible evidence of what contributed to your fall. Take pictures of the hazardous conditions and obtain the contact information of any nearby witnesses.
Once you are stable and safe, report the accident to the property owner so that no one else is injured. Then, contact an attorney for slip and fall cases to understand your next steps in pursuing fair compensation.
As a victim of a slip and fall accident, you will need to prove:
1) Who failed to ensure the location was safe and free of hazards
2) How this individual/party failed to take corrective action
3) The manner in which the at-fault individual/party’s actions resulted in your injury
As experts in this field, Mahony Law will ensure you gather all of this information and more. We’ll help you build a bulletproof case that’s well-supported by research, testimonies, and evidence.
Yes – you may still be eligible for compensation, even if you were partially to blame for the accident. Discuss the specific circumstances with a Wisconsin personal injury lawyer. We will help you determine the extent of your fault and what kind of compensation you can pursue.
The short answer is that no – you should not be fired for filing an injury claim in the state of Wisconsin. If you were injured while working, or at your place of employment, speak with an experienced slip and fall attorney in Kenosha.
Responsibility for your injury payment depends on who is to blame for the accident. In many cases, it’s the insurance company for the property owner, maintenance company, builder, or the city that winds up covering the victim’s financial compensation.
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