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MI Premises Liability Attorneys in the Greater Macomb County Area

Suffered an Injury From a Slip and Fall? Call Us Now for Help!

Michigan requires that all business owners and private property owners provide a safe environment. Premises liability refers to the responsibility of property owners for injuries occurring on their premises. It is the responsibility of every property owner, and the people who work for them, to take any necessary precautions to ensure the safety of visitors. In addition, landlords have a higher duty of care to their tenants. Failure in this responsibility can result in serious hazards and severe injuries. If you have suffered a serious injury because of property owner negligence, you may be entitled to seek damages.

If you are injured as the result of some kind of problem known about by the property owner, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries or may be able to collect damages for the injuries of a loved one. Persons that are injured in slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents fall into this category. These cases are extremely complex. The law frequently favors the property owner, and it takes a skilled Michigan attorney to successfully collect on a claim.

We handle premises liability cases involving death and serious injuries. This includes broken bones, brain injuries and disabling back or neck injuries. In your free initial consultation, we can determine whether you have a valid legal case and advise you on what needs to be done to pursue the financial compensation to which you may be entitled. Such compensation may include past and future medical expenses, loss of income, loss of future earnings, pain and suffering and more, depending on the facts of your case.

We can investigate your situation, file an injury claim on your behalf and follow through with negotiations for a settlement or civil litigation in court when necessary. Our attorneys fight aggressively to obtain maximum compensation for your injuries. We have filed suit against property owners, landlords, management companies, maintenance companies and others who shared in the responsibility for keeping a property safe.

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