Missing or Broken Handrail
Falls can have any number of causes, but one common cause of some of the most dangerous falls is a missing or broken handrail. If your fall was the result of this type of
negligent property maintenance, you may have the right to pursue a premises liability claim.
At the law firm of Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we have represented clients from Columbus and the surrounding area in all types of personal injury cases since our founding in 1986. With our decades of experience, we can help you as your pursue the compensation you achieve full compensation for your injury.
Call (800) 647-7003 today to schedule your initial consultation with one of our experienced and dedicated attorneys. You can also schedule an appointment
Who Is Responsible After A Fall?
If you suffered a fall on property belonging to either an individual or a business, the property owner may be liable if it can be proven that he or she acted negligently in allowing unsafe conditions to persist. In most cases, the property owner’s insurance company is obligated to pay compensation to the injured victim for both medical expenses relating to the accident and lost wages resulting from the injury and recovery period.
If you would like to pursue a claim after falling because of a missing or broken handrail, you only have two years from the date of your injury to do so. Due to Ohio’s statute of limitations on premises liability claims, taking action soon after your accident is essential to the process.
Learn More About How Our Firm Can Help You
The attorneys at Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, can help you pursue compensation for your injuries by working with the insurance company on your behalf. Armed with the details of your accident and your medical records, we will build a solid case in order to seek maximum compensation.
Contact our Columbus Premises Liability Lawyers
Contact our law firm at (800) 647-7003 toll free to schedule your initial consultation at our Columbus law office. If you are unable to visit our office, one of our lawyers will schedule a time to meet with you in your hospital room.
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