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- PERSONAL INJURY
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Our law firm is proud to level the playing fields for those injured by the wrongs of other people and business that harm our clients.
Our commitment to you is to work hard to make sure you and your family are fully compensated for the injuries that you receive, including all past, present and future pain and discomfort, medical bills and lost wages.
Property owners have long had a duty to guarantee safety to people visiting their property. If a rancher's horse kicked you on the rancher's property, you were entitled to compensation for the wrong done to you. The legal word for this kind of wrong is tort.
The same principle holds true today, in the aisles of big box stores, in office building elevators, in parking ramps and other business properties.
Negligence must be part of any claim you make. If a bottle of olive
oil spills at Safeco and you slip on it one minute later, that probably
does not constitute negligence. If the oil lay on the store floor for
several minutes and no one cleaned it up, that is probably negligence.
Examples of the kinds of slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall cases we handle:
Injuries from these accidents are not trivial. We have represented clients with disk damage, broken necks, broken legs, loss of vision, even paralysis and death.