Springfield Premises Liability Attorneys
Missouri Slip-and-Fall Lawyers
If you have suffered a serious injury as the result of an accident that occurred on an unsafe building site or property, you are entitled to seek compensation for damages resulting from medical costs, lost earning, and pain and suffering. The personal injury team of trial attorneys at Hall Ansley Rodgers & Sweeney has a proud record of fighting successfully to ensure that victims of property owner negligence are fairly compensated for their losses. We are not a settlement conveyor belt law firm. We prepare every case for trial and will not begin working toward a resolution until you have regained your maximum health.
How We Translate Our Experience Into Successful Representation
By working with independent experts in the field of owner liability, medical treatment and life-care needs, our firm offers the advantage of bringing cases that have merit to obtain maximum out-of-court settlements and jury awards
Contact us to arrange a no-cost case evaluation if you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in any type of premises liability accident, including:
- Retail store accidents
- Parking lot and parking ramp accidents
- Insufficient security, assault
- Construction site and farm accidents
- Industrial accidents, workers' compensation claims
- Injuries resulting from defective products on premises
- Swimming pool accidents
What Do We Have to Prove to Win a Missouri Dangerous Property Clam?
In order to be successful in a premises liability claim, the injured plaintiff must prove that the premises was inherently dangerous by design and the property owner did not take sufficient steps to remedy the situation for the protection of the visiting public; or that the property owner (or on-site manager) was aware or should have been aware of a dangerous condition (like spilled milk), but did nothing to remedy the situation as quickly as possible. In either case, the public is expected to take reasonable precautions to avoid injury if the danger is readily apparent under reasonable conditions. In other words, slipping in a well-marked area of spilled milk in a grocery store aisle may not render liability on the part of the store owner, if the area was marked for caution while the staff was mopping the floor.
Free Consultation · Contingency Fees · Cases Throughout Southwestern Missouri
Our team of Springfield premises liability attorneys includes lawyers with over 150 combined years of insurance litigation experience on behalf of plaintiffs seeking damages for negligence. We represent clients in personal injury lawsuits throughout central Missouri and southwestern Missouri. Contact us to arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation today.