Premises Liability Attorney
When you hear "premises liability," it generally means that owners of property are responsible when certain conditions on their property cause other people to be injured or killed. Illinois law requires that building owners and even business owners keep their property safe so that innocent people are not injured.
Claims arising from the negligent conditions on property can arise in a variety of circumstances: merchandise improperly placed on the floors or aisles of grocery stores, poor lighting and signs that fail to warn of dangerous conditions, or hazardous snow and ice conditions created by a property owner. Business owners can be legally responsible when they hire someone that is criminally dangerous, and they can even be responsible for providing poor security.
The law on premises liability is complex. The attorneys at Hurley McKenna & Mertz, P.C. can help guide you. More importantly, the attorneys at Hurley McKenna & Mertz, P.C. can help you determine whether you have a case. If you were injured on someone else's property, consult an attorney immediately.
For a free consultation, contact Hurley McKenna & Mertz, P.C. today at 312-553-4900 or fill out our on-line form to have a lawyer contact you.