Premises Liability and Slip and Falls

Injuries from accidents on someone else’s property due to negligence fall under premises liability law, and are commonly called “slip and fall” accidents. In Northwest Indiana, if you have been injured in a slip-and-fall at a private home, retail center, commercial workplace or industrial plant because of unsafe conditions that the owner knew about or should have known about, you can file a legal claim against the property owner to cover the costs of your medical expenses and other damages relating to the accident.

Attorneys at Tauber Law Offices are a powerful voice for clients who have been injured in premises liability accidents. We have been enforcing the rights of our Northwest Indiana clients for decades and relentless in our efforts to obtain a full and fair recovery for each case that we handle.

Our lawyers’ understanding of premises liability is based on almost 50 years of combined experience both at negotiating tables and in front of juries in courtrooms. We want to hear the story of what happened, and we know how to help. We have represented clients injured in accidents that occurred in stores, malls, restaurants, home improvement centers, movie theaters, churches, bars and private homes. They can also occur in workplaces, especially construction sites, warehouses, factories, industrial plants and steel mills.

Our clients have injured themselves in:

  • Slips on ice
  • Falls from heights, including from scaffolding on construction sites and from ladders, in-store falls, falls into holes
  • Falls due to failure to maintain parking lots
  • Attacks due to inadequate security in hotels, pools or at bars
  • Falls due to poor lighting in movie theaters and churches
  • Injuries caused by bars serving alcohol to a visibly drunk person who later causes an accident

We are a law firm that never gives up on a case. To discuss your concerns in a confidential meeting with one of our personal injury attorneys, please call our office at 219-865-5555 or contact us by secure email. All personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death and workers’ compensation cases are represented on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you pay no attorney’s fees until we win.

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