Kansas And Missouri Premises Liability Lawyer

Nobody expects to get injured because of a dangerous property condition. In fact, the law requires property owners and managers to keep their premises reasonably safe. When this doesn't happen, there are steps you can take to make sure that your injuries are compensated and that the necessary corrective steps are taken to prevent injuries to others.

If you were injured due to a slip and fall, a dog bite or other kind of accident accident caused by negligent property maintenance, you may have grounds for a strong premises liability claim. Contact us today to set up a free consultation.

Dangerous Property Conditions

There are many conditions that can cause injuries for which a property owner may be liable:

  • Cracks in the sidewalk
  • Broken stairs, missing handrails, or poor lighting in a stairwell
  • Icy walkways
  • Wet floors
  • Damaged or exposed electrical wiring
  • Faulty elevators
  • Negligence by dog or pet owners who allow dog bites and animal attacks to happen
  • Inadequate security in secure buildings or parking ramps, leading to assaults

It is the responsibility of the property owner or manager to prevent or correct these dangerous conditions. If this doesn't happen and you suffer an injury, it is your right to seek compensation for your doctor and hospital bills, lost wages and other losses.

Honest Counsel — Caring Advocacy

Attorney Joseph A. DeWoskin is a seasoned advocate with more than 25 years of experience and a compassionate approach. He will conduct a thorough investigation of the facts, gather witness statements and photos of the scene, and help you get a thorough and accurate medical diagnosis. Based on the facts of your case, he will give you an honest evaluation of your options and advise you on what he believes is the best course of action.

At Joseph A. DeWoskin, PC, we work as hard as it takes to help our Missouri and Kansas clients get full and fair compensation. We will see your case through — all the way to trial, if necessary.

Contact Our Law Firm Today

If you have been injured on someone else's property, schedule a free consultation with an experienced premises liability lawyer by calling 913-624-9220 or 888-431-4974. We can explain your legal options.