Lafayette County Slip-And-Fall Injury Lawyers
Fighting For Justice Since 1971
Property owners are responsible for maintaining their premises in a safe condition. Specifically, they are obligated to warn residents and visitors of dangers on the property, and to take reasonable measures to remedy hazardous property conditions in a timely manner.
When property owners and management companies fail to fulfill this responsibility, and a severe or fatal accident occurs, premises liability law allows the injured victim to pursue a claim for damages to pay for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs.
Strong Representation For Victims Of Dangerous Property Conditions
Since 1971, Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, L.L.C., has represented clients in Lafayette County and throughout Mid-Missouri who have sustained injuries due to dangerous property conditions in and around gas stations, retail stores, hotels, parking lots, restaurants, apartment buildings, private homes and farms. Many of these injuries involve:
- Slip and falls
- Farm accidents
- Accidents at businesses
- Accidents at residences
- Dog bites
- Negligent maintenance
- Negligent security
- Stairway accidents
- Building code violations
- Co-worker negligence
Whether your accident resulted in a spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, neck or back injury, bone fracture or other impairment, we can help you obtain the justice and compensation you deserve. With more than 65 years of combined experience, our skilled trial lawyers have a long history of obtaining substantial verdicts and settlements in even the most complex personal injury matters.
The most important aspect of our law firm is our deep commitment to our clients. We understand the serious nature of the struggles they face following a serious injury. With every client, we fight to achieve the best possible result.
Contact Our Lexington Dog Bite Attorneys
Missouri has a five-year statute of limitations for premises liability claims. If you have been injured by a dangerous property condition, contact us by email or call 660-259-2277 to schedule a free consultation with one of our Lafayette County slip-and-fall injury attorneys. We can help you preserve important evidence and lay the foundation for a successful case.
Personal injury matters are taken on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorney fees unless we recover damages for you.