Property owners have certain rights in our society. They also have certain obligations. Among these is the obligation they have to take reasonable steps towards maintaining safe conditions on their property and/or to warn people of any foreseeable dangers. When the owner, caretaker, or operator of a property fails to meet these obligations and someone is injured or killed as the result, they can be held liable for civil damages.
If you or a family member has been hurt as a result of the negligent or intentional actions of a property owner, contact Becker | French and put more than 60 years of combined legal experience on your side.
Our First Concern is Your Recovery
At Becker | French we take our obligations seriously. We are thorough in our approach. We give each case the time, attention, and resources it deserves. We get to know our clients by listening, communicating, and working closely with them throughout the process. In fact, we see all of this not as an obligation, but as a privileged opportunity for us to help people who happen to need the kind of help we offer.
Our premises liability practice includes:
Because of insurance company propaganda, many people have an almost embarrassed reluctance to file a civil claim against a neighbor or store that they have shopped at for years. In fact, many of our firm's clients have told us they would have never considered filing a claim if only the insurance company in question had offered to fully cover their medical expenses.
Our lawyers view these claims as anything but frivolous and will work very hard to see that your rights are protected and to obtain fair compensation for the losses you've suffered. At our firm, your best interests will always come first.
Experience that Makes a Difference
Becker | French handles premises liability personal injury claims on behalf of clients throughout Racine and Kenosha counties. For a free consultation with an experienced lawyer and an honest evaluation of your case—call us today at (262) 633-7530 or contact our Racine, Wisconsin law offices with a brief description of your situation.
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