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Lawyers For Slip-And-Fall Injuries In Eau Claire

People take a risk every day when they leave the safety of their home to go to work, run errands or just go for a walk around town. At home, people are responsible for their own safety and act accordingly. Once they step off their property, they are at the mercy of others, including people who fail to address ice buildup on their sidewalks, fail to ensure level stairs, and fail to clean up slippery spills and tripping hazards.

There is no shortage of potential slip-and-fall hazards in Eau Claire. Mother nature provides enough difficulties for us – particularly in the winter months – without negligent property owners exacerbating them. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury in a slip-and-fall accident in western Wisconsin, you can turn to the experienced personal injury lawyers at Nicolet Law Office, S.C., to help you get the compensation you need to make things right in your life.

Eau Claire Is Beautiful And Walkable

There may not be a better city in the Midwest for people who prefer venturing out on foot. Whether you enjoy taking leisurely walks to the Pablo Arts Center and other popular landmarks, or like to take walks in more natural settings such as the Riverview Island Bridge, Eau Claire has what you’re looking for. The presence of so many pedestrians in Eau Claire makes it that much more important for property owners, municipal entities and businesses to do their part to ensure safety. Icy sidewalks, cracked steps and loose railings can bring a swift end to a leisurely walk and result in serious injury.

Who Is Responsible For Slip-And-Fall Accidents?

“Accidents will happen” is a basic truth. They cannot be prevented 100% of the time – that’s why they’re called accidents. However, property owners are responsible for limiting dangers on their property within reason. This means grocery stores are responsible for cleaning up spills in a timely fashion to prevent customers from slipping on wet floors, homeowners are responsible for removing ice buildup from their front steps to avoid the mail carrier taking a tumble, and local businesses are responsible for making sure their stairs and railings are maintained in safe fashion to prevent falls.

If a property owner was aware – or should have been aware – of a danger and failed to address it, you can pursue financial compensation if you are injured as a result of their negligence. A personal injury claim can provide financial resources to cover your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost earnings, and other economic or noneconomic damages related to the injuries you suffer in a slip-and-fall accident.

The Insurance Company Is Not Looking Out For You. We Are.

This all sounds simple enough on its face, but the insurance companies will go out of their way to avoid doing the right thing. To get the full compensation you deserve, it’s in your best interest to have our experienced personal injury attorneys asserting your rights. We know their tactics and are fully prepared to go to court to get you the funds you need to put your life back together after suffering an injury in or near Eau Claire. Call 866-663-8774 or contact us via email to schedule your free consultation. You will owe no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.


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