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Third-Party Claims Against Negligent Property Owners
Chicago Accident Attorneys Representing Employees Injured in Slip and Fall Accidents
Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere and at any time – even when the victim is an employee who is on the job. If an employee is injured while on the job, he or she is generally entitled to workers’ compensation benefits regardless of who was at fault for the accident or injury.
In some situations, an injured employee may also be able to pursue additional legal claims against third parties if the accident or injury was caused as a result of the third party’s negligence. For instance, if an employee is injured in a slip and fall accident while delivering pizzas as a result of the property owner’s negligence, he or she may also be entitled to pursue a premises liability claim against the negligent property owner. Similarly, if a janitor is injured in a slip and fall accident while cleaning an office building due to the negligence of the property owner or manager, the injured janitor may be entitled to workers’ compensation through his or her employer, as well as compensation from the building owner or manager through a premises liability lawsuit.
The Chicago work-related accident law firm of Donald W. Fohrman & Associates, Ltd. focuses on helping the victims of work-related accidents and injuries obtain full and fair compensation for their injuries, including maximum workers’ compensation benefits along with any compensation available through third-party causes of action.
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What Is Premises Liability?
Negligent property owners and operations may be liable for slip and fall injuries under the theory of premises liability. Illinois premises liability laws provide that property owners and business establishments have a duty to provide a safe environment for individuals on their premises. If someone is injured on the property because the owner or operator failed to provide a safe environment, the victim may be able to pursue a premises liability claim against the property owner or operator. The duty to provide a safe environment extends to lawful visitors, such as employees who enter the property or building to conduct their job.
How Can Donald W. Fohrman & Associates Help?
Premises liability is a complex area of law, with several nuances and legal defenses that might be asserted by defendant property owners and operators. For these reasons, it is crucial to consult with an experienced accident and injury lawyer. The Chicago slip and fall attorneys at Donald W. Fohrman & Associates have extensive experience representing the victims of a wide variety of accidents, including slip and fall accidents and workplace accidents. Accordingly, we can represent you in any and all legal claims – including worker’s compensation claims and premises liability claims – that might arise as a result of the slip and fall accident.
We provide our clients with round-the-clock legal assistance, and we do not collect any fees unless you get paid. Contact our office today at (800) 437-2571 to schedule a free consultation with one of our knowledgeable Chicago work-related accident attorneys if you have been in a slip and fall accident while on the job.