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Helping Clients Recover From Accidents On Unsafe Property

When you are an invited guest or worker on someone else’s property, you have a right to assume that the property owner will have exercised reasonable care for your safety. All too often, however, safety measures are skipped or overlooked, and dangerous conditions are created and allowed to remain on the property. When this occurs, invited guests or workers often suffer severe injuries or death.

If you or a family member have been injured or killed as a result of a property owner’s failure to maintain property in a reasonably safe condition, discuss the possibility of a claim for personal injury or wrongful death with an experienced lawyer. The attorneys at Scott Law Office and Mediation Center, located in Kokomo, have more than three decades of combined experience handling premises liability claims throughout Indiana.

What We Can Do To Help

We prepare a comprehensive strategy designed to help you advance your case throughout any negotiation or litigation connected to your claim. We review all possible sources of compensation, and seek recovery from the responsible parties. Our previous experience touches on a number of different types of premises liability matters, including:

  • Accidents at work;
  • Construction accidents;
  • Slip, trip and fall accidents in commercial buildings, retail stores, theaters, restaurants or other buildings;
  • Work-related injuries during repairs or maintenance on a customer’s property;
  • Injuries suffered on unsafe playgrounds, parks or recreational areas;
  • Swimming pool accidents and drownings;
  • Dog bites sustained on another’s property; and
  • Injuries suffered in public buildings, such as schools, hospitals or government buildings.

On someone else’s property, your safety is often out of your control. Therefore, your injuries may be the owner’s fault. However, these cases can be highly complicated. Scott Law Office and Mediation Center can represent you with professionalism and legal proficiency.

Hold The Property Owner Accountable

To find out more about our knowledge of investigation, proof and resolution of premises liability claims, ask us for a free consultation. You may call our office at 765-450-9837 or email us with a brief overview of the accident and your injuries. Our lawyers will listen to your story and give you specific answers to your legal questions.