Maywood Premises Liability Law Firm

The Slippery Floor
A wet or uneven floor, obstructed walkway, unsafe stairwell or elevator, improperly shelved heavy merchandise with no warning is an injury waiting to happen. Hotel managers, retail store managers and others whose property is open to the public are aware of this. Most property owners know that they have a duty to keep their property reasonably safe or place appropriate warning signs if a hazard is unavoidable. If a property owner fails to inspect or warn people of possible hazards, they may be liable for injuries that result.

In other words, someone could get hurt. The fall could even cause permanent damage. If you're injured on someone else's property, file an incident report with the manager right away. After that, contact a qualified premises liability lawsuit attorney. At the law firm of Francis J. Discipio, Ltd., we have been helping injured people for 25 years. Our skillful representation can help you get the compensation you need. Call an experienced attorney at Francis J. Discipio, Ltd. for a free consultation.

The lawyers at Francis J. Discipio have handled premises liability cases involving

  • Ladder falls and roof falls
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Security negligence
  • Falling objects
  • Elevator injuries

If you've been hurt in someone else's home or place of business, having a knowledgeable attorney is crucial. At the law firm of Francis J. Discipio, Ltd., our attorneys are familiar with the Illinois courts, statutes and local ordinances. This enables us to evaluate your case more accurately to determine your chances of obtaining an equitable recovery. Once you become a client, we will zealously fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Getting to Know Francis

Francis owns a title company, Esquire Title, in addition to managing a collection agency. He brings over 25 years of valuable courtroom experience to every case by showing his dedication, determination and attention to the finest details of each case.

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