Construction sites can be dangerous places with hazards including heavy machinery, dangerous tools, scaffolding, ladders, lifts, electrical wires. debris, falling objects, and more. When a worker is injured or killed on or near a construction site, the owner or general contractor or a subcontractor may be liable.
If it can be shown that a property owner neglected an unsafe condition, he may be held liable for any injury resulted from a slip & fall accident. Whether wet floors, uneven surfaces or other hazards resulted in an accident, seek legal advice as soon after the accident as possible.
Premises liability deals with injuries that occur on another person’s property due to some type of dangerous condition. The property owner may be liable to the injured person if they were negligent in maintaining the property or warning visitors against possible dangers.
No case is too large or too small to discuss. If you have been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Protect your rights and don’t settle before you call us for legal counsel. We will work to recover damages for your medical bills, lost wages, property damage, future medical bills and more.
Product liability holds designers, manufacturers, and sellers liable for the harm suffered by buyers and users of defective products. Defects include flaws in the way a product is designed, manufactured, or marketed.
Medical malpractice is the failure of a medical professional to follow the accepted standards of practice of his or her profession, resulting in harm to the patient. To prove negligence, malpractice cases are often long and complicated. We will review your case to determine if malpractice was committed.