Slip and Fall Accidents
Property owners have an obligation to keep their land and buildings reasonably safe for the people who venture onto and into them. Whether a property owner is a grocery store or private homeowner, any unsafe property condition that causes an individual harm can lead to a premises liability claim.
Dangerous Property Conditions
As Iowans, we have all experienced an unexpected slip on some icy pavement. In most cases, we walk away with a few bruises and some wounded pride. For some victims of dangerous property conditions, however, a fall can result in devastating injuries. Slip and fall injuries can include anything from broken bones and concussions to fractured hips and traumatic brain injuries. If you have been seriously hurt due to a property owner’s negligence, you need an attorney who knows how to obtain the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Representation for All Types of Premises Liability Claims
Although most people associate premises liability lawsuits with slips, trips, and falls, these accidents can occur in a variety of ways. At Keane Law Firm, attorney Ed Keane handles the full scope of premises liability accidents, including:
- Broken sidewalks
- Poor lighting
- Lack of warning signs
- Broken handrails
- Cracked pavement
- Spilled liquid
- Rotted flooring
What the Law Says about Property Owners’ Responsibilities
Premises liability law may seem simple on the surface, but it is actually quite complicated. Prevailing on a defective premises claim requires a thorough understanding of this unique area of law.
Have You Been Injured on Someone Else’s Property?
If you have been injured in a slip, trip, or fall, or you have been hurt on property that belongs to a business or another person, it’s important to seek legal help right away. Premises liability cases are complex. Attorney Ed Keane can help you assemble all the pieces. Call Keane Law Firm today at 712-234-3088 for a complimentary consultation about your case.