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Representing People Who Are Injured On Dangerous Property

A slip, fall or other accident caused by dangerous property can leave the victim with severe injuries and expensive medical treatments. Property owners and businesses must ensure that their property is safe for visitors and occupants. If an accident occurs on a property owner’s premises due to issues of negligence, that property owner may be liable.

At Kampinski & Roberts, LPA, we hold negligent property owners and businesses across Ohio accountable for dangerous property conditions. Our skilled legal team has decades of combined legal experience, and we fight to get every detail for our clients’ cases. You can call our Independence office now at 440-569-6846 to schedule your free consultation with an experienced and compassionate staff member.

A few examples of our record of success for clients include:

  • $2 million settlement: A woman suffered serious injuries following an accident involving a tram that pulled away before she was safely onboard.
  • $1.5 million verdict: The owners of an apartment complex were found liable after a boy was sexually abused by an apartment custodian. The plaintiff contended that the apartment owners failed to conduct a background check on the abuser, and they were further negligent in keeping the offender on staff following a drug and pornography arrest.

Property Owners And Businesses Have A Safety Responsibility

Personal injuries that occur at stores, restaurants, bars, hotels, homes and apartment complexes may be due to negligence on behalf of the owners. Slip-and-falls, sexual assaults due to negligent security and dog bites are examples of cases that would fall under the category of premises liability.

Our lawyers closely review every detail that led to your accident and do extensive analyses of it with subject matter experts. We will use this comprehensive preparation to create a compelling case that gets efficient results for our clients. If the opposition refuses to offer a fair settlement, we will take the case to the courtroom if it is in our client’s best interests.

Learn More By Contacting An Attorney

You can schedule your first free consultation now by contacting our firm. Call us at 440-569-6846 or send us an email. We can make a home or hospital visit if you cannot come to our office.