Personal Injury Law Falling Objects
Over $100M Collected For Clients | 40 Years Combined Experience | Over 1750 Cases Won
We are experts in Falling Objects
Many injury victims are entitled to compensation when injured due to a dangerous condition. It may happen in your own apartment or rental home, another’s home, or a place of business, etc. Because landowner liability cases can be more complex, require more work skill and money to handle than most firms can risk, many law firms do not accept these cases, or accept them and choose to settle with insurance companies for pennies on the dollar. If you have been injured, please contact us, we have handled hundreds of these cases recovered millions of dollars for victims. We understand how to investigate these claims, retain the right expert witnesses, preserve important evidence and have the trial skills necessary to maximize your recovery.
A landowner must exercise reasonable care not to subject others to an unreasonable risk of harm. This means that property owners must keep the property safe. They must inspect their premises for dangerous conditions that are not obvious. If they do not, and someone is injured they may be responsible for not only the injuries that they caused, but all harms and losses that result. We can prove a landowner did not act with “reasonable care” in a variety of ways, for instance, by obtaining admissions during depositions from various employees that the company had inadequate safety rules to protect others, or their employees failed to follow company safety rules that were in force at the time of the incident.
We have successfully represented victims injured due to falling objects. It can happen nearly anywhere, while shopping in a store, walking through a casino or hotel, in an apartment complex or in a rental home. When a business owner has not secured merchandise, fixtures or signage safely, innocent people get hurt. We've seen it all and have the expertise to guide you through the process to get back to your life and fully compensated