Get the right settlement for your injury.
Ice or Slippery Surfaces
Food or Liquid Spills
Papers Left on the Floor or Sidewalk
Improperly Fastened or Constructed Product Display Units
Debris Left by Workers on Walkways
Potholes or Defective Sidewalks
Wrong Choice of Floor Covering
Improperly Fastened Carpeting
The Law Firm of Schoone, Leuck, Kelley, Pitts & Pitts S.C. covers every base to find the proof needed for your case.
We represent people of all ages who have been seriously injured in a slip, trip or fall. Adults, the elderly and children can all experience serious injuries including broken bones, traumatic brain injury or even death.
Property owners and businesses have a legal responsibility to make their premises safe for everyone who uses them. This includes protecting the safety of consumers, clients and others who walk in and out of office buildings, parking lots, residences, apartment complexes and shopping malls.
If you are injured because of the negligence of a property owner, contact Schoone, Leuck, Kelley, Pitts & Pitts S.C. immediately. Some typical slip and fall/premises liability accidents are caused by:
Falls don’t just cause bodily injury & pain—they usually cause financial damages.
You may be entitled to recover financial damages as well as compensation for pain & suffering and emotional distress. If you hire an experienced personal injury attorney from Schoone, Leuck, Kelley, Pitts & Pitts S.C.. we will immediately begin work on your case against the property owner, or other party responsible for the injury.
People who suffer from slip and fall incidents, or their surviving loved ones, can be awarded damages for:
Nursing Home Care
Pain & suffering
Mental & emotional distress
Our experienced personal injury legal team is ready to meet with you for a free case consultation. We will go over exactly what happened at the time of your accident, details about your injury, and your road to recovery. Also, we will want to know if the location of your fall is included in the Wisconsin Safe Place Law, which details the safety standards that should be upheld in a place of employment and/or public buildings.