Have you been injured on someone else's property? Could your injury have been avoided with proper maintenance from the property owner? Property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe from known hazards. Whether your case involves a slippery aisle in a supermarket, an unnatural accumulation of snow and ice in a parking lot, or a defective stairway in a mall, I can help. I have handled hundreds of personal injury cases in the three decades that I have been practicing law, and I know what it takes to get you the compensation that you deserve.
Have you been injured in a slip-and-fall accident? Contact an experienced Downers Grove slip-and-fall attorney. Call me, William C. North, at 630-413-4451, or send me an e-mail.
There are two parts to every personal injury case: liability and damages. To show liability on the part of the property owner in a premises liability case, I have to prove to the jury that the property owner knew he or she had a hazard on the property and failed to fix it. The second part of the case is proving damages. I will show the jury how your injury has impacted your life. We will show lost wages, disability and other damages. It is my goal to find the best result possible for you that compensates you for all of your injuries and the disruption that the injury has caused to your life.
I have experience both defending and prosecuting personal injury cases. Before starting my own practice I worked in a firm that represented a major national insurance company. I use my knowledge of insurance company procedures and philosophies to help maximize settlements and jury verdicts for my clients.
Contact an Experienced Lisle Area Slip-and-Fall Injury Attorney
Contact me, Illinois lawyer William C. North, at 630-413-4451, or send me an e-mail. I serve clients throughout DuPage County and beyond. Credit cards are accepted.
All personal injury cases are taken on contingency. This means no recovery, no fee.