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Category: Slip & Fall Accident

 

Personal Injury Results

$15.3 MILLION | AUTO ACCIDENT (WAYNE COUNTY, MI)

$6.5 MILLION | MEDICAL MALPRACTICE (OAKLAND COUNTY, MI)

$3 MILLION | PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT (INGHAM COUNTY, MI)

$2.1 MILLION | PREMISES LIABILITY (OAKLAND COUNTY, MI)

$2 MILLION | TRUCK ACCIDENT (OAKLAND COUNTY, MI)

$1.9 MILLION | AUTO ACCIDENT (WAYNE COUNTY, MI)

How Do You Prove Fault in A Slip and Fall Case?

How Do You Prove Fault in A Slip and Fall Case?

Slip-and-fall accidents, when someone loses their footing on a slippery, loose, uneven, or otherwise unsafe surface, occur all too often in Michigan. Injuries that result may be serious and include broken bones, head, neck, and spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and even death. Survivors may require extensive treatment such as physical therapy and surgery, […]

Can I Sue Someone for Failing to Provide Adequate Security?

Premises liability laws protect people who are injured because of another party’s negligent property management. Under these laws, injury victims can sue a home or business owner for the damages that resulted from their carelessness. Often, premises liability cases involve incidents such as slip-and-fall accidents that result from a property owner’s failure to repair a safety […]

Tips for Avoiding Slip & Falls This Winter

In Michigan, the magic of winter brings downhill skiing and snowboarding, dog sledding, ice fishing and other fun snow activities, but not everything is gold. During the winter, slip and fall accidents increase due to the ice and snow that create slippery surfaces on the sidewalks, porches, and driveways. If you live in an area […]

Can I Get Compensation for a Shopping Mall Injury?

With the holidays fast approaching, shopping malls are seeing a lot of traffic. The holiday rush to buy presents can get hectic, and unfortunately, people can get hurt if the mall they shop at has not taken precautions to prevent injury. In order to ensure the safety of each guest, property owners and store personnel […]

Fall Injuries at Michigan Apartment Building

Under Michigan law, the owner of an apartment complex is legally liable to maintain its premise so that it is a reasonably safe condition for both tenants and other individuals who are lawfully on the premise. When an owner fails to do so, and as a result you or your family member suffers injuries, a […]

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