Shopping Mall Liability Attorney
Property owners, mall managers, owners of industrial property, landlords, property managers and home-owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe. This is the law. When property is not reasonably kept up, or if action is not taken to prevent injury and someone is injured as a result, the property owner may be held accountable for injury and damages.
At Law Offices of Adam J. Zayed, P.C., we assist clients in seeking compensation for injuries that people have suffered as a result of a premises liability. Premises liability can encompass claims from injuries caused by falling on snow and ice that has not been shoveled. Serious injury can be caused from falling cranes, manhole covers not properly closed or poorly installed scaffolding at construction sites. Industrial gas leaks can also lead to serious injury.
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Preserve the Evidence After an Accident
It is also important in cases involving accidents on someone else's property to preserve the evidence as soon as possible after your accident. Dangerous conditions can be cleaned up or changed quickly after an accident. If it is possible to take a photo of the scene of the accident, that can help.
Protect Your Rights
It can also help to contact an attorney to help investigate and protect your rights to potential compensation for medical expenses. We are a personal injury law firm that is focused on helping injured men and women. We do not represent insurance companies and never have.
Our law firm serves clients throughout Chicago, and we are here to help people like you. We strive to provide excellent legal guidance coupled with exceptional client service. Our goal is to do everything we can to help win results in your specific situation.
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To discuss your case and learn how a Chicago premises liability lawyer and Illinois shopping mall liability attorney at Law Offices of Adam J. Zayed, P.C. can help, call: You may also e-mail the firm.