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Our homes represent comfort and safety, free from the risks of the outside world. When we venture out of our bubble to experience the world around us, we depend on property owners to be responsible and take steps to ensure our safety and the safety of the public. Slip-and-fall accidents happen when they fail to do their part, resulting in serious injuries for the victims of their negligence.
From icy sidewalks and wet floors to damaged railings, there is no shortage of potential slip-and-fall hazards in Hudson and elsewhere in western Wisconsin. Mother nature provides enough of these dangers in the winter months without negligent property owners contributing their own. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a slip-and-fall accident, you can turn to the experienced trip and fall injury lawyers at Nicolet Law Firm to help you obtain the financial compensation you deserve for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost earnings and other injury-related damages.
Downtown Hudson offers a variety of shops, restaurants and bars all within walking distance of each other. The nearby St. Croix River offers a stunning view as people enjoy everything Hudson has to offer. However, the presence of so many pedestrians makes it that much more dangerous when property owners, municipal entities and businesses fail to do their part to ensure the safety of their customers and fellow residents. It’s crucial that they take steps to mitigate the buildup of ice and keep stairs, railings and other safety equipment in good working order.
Accidents are a fact of life and some of them are simply unavoidable. However, property owners can do their part not to add to the dangers we all face in our day-to-day lives. Grocery stores can make sure spills are cleaned up quickly, homeowners can shovel their sidewalks before the mail arrives, and local businesses can make sure their storefronts are free from hazards. When a property owner is aware or should have been aware of a hazard and fails to take action, they can be held accountable for the resulting injuries.
A personal injury claim can provide you with financial compensation for your current and future damages, including medical bills, rehabilitation costs, pain and suffering, and lost earnings.
On paper, you should have no trouble in filing a claim and getting the compensation you are entitled to. The reality is that the insurance companies will be in no mood to cooperate; their business model depends on denying claims and limiting payments as much as possible. We know what you are up against and will be an aggressive advocate for obtaining the result you deserve. Call our Hudson office today at 715-377-2141 or contact us via email to schedule your free consultation. You will owe no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.