Lombard Grocery and Retail Store Accident Attorneys
Lawyers for Premises Liability Injuries in DuPage County
For most of us, shopping at grocery stores and retail stores is a weekly activity. When we go shopping, we have a right to expect the stores to be kept safe and orderly. Failure to take reasonable measures to ensure their safety can lead to slips and falls and other types of accidents, often involving serious injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured in a grocery or retail store accident, it is important to speak with an experienced premises liability attorney to determine if you have the right to compensation.
For over 40 years, the award-winning attorneys at Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices have represented individuals injured in grocery and retail store accidents throughout northern Illinois. We have extensive experience dealing with the challenges and complexities of such cases and securing full damages against well-funded adversaries such as the large retail stores and their insurers. Our attorneys are skilled litigators inside the courtroom and strong negotiators outside of court, and we put our experience to work to aggressively advocate for the interests of our clients.
Our lawyers are honest, compassionate, responsive, and approachable. We understand the physical, emotional and financial toll an accident with injuries can have on you and your family, and we work hard to make the legal process as smooth and painless as possible. We offer free consultations, extended evening and weekend hours, 4 convenient area locations, and regular updates on the progress of your case. In addition, all of our personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis, so you only pay if we win your case.
Common Causes for Retail and Grocery Store Accidents in Illinois
Grocery and retail store owners often fail to take reasonable measures to keep their premises safe. Some of the common reasons accidents occur include:
- Insufficient security;
- Malfunctioning sliding doors;
- Slippery store entrances;
- Spilled produce or liquid in the aisles;
- Failure to put up warning signs for wet floors and other dangers;
- Dangerously stacked products falling on customers;
- Building code violations;
- Defective escalators;
- Defective sidewalks; and
- Snow or water left on sidewalks or in parking lots.
If the store owner fails to remedy a dangerous condition in a reasonable amount of time and an accident occurs, they can be held liable for injuries suffered.Grocery and retail store accident cases can be quite complicated and often require extensive investigations to gather the facts necessary to prove your case. At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we have the experience and resources to hold store owners accountable when they are negligent in their duties to protect their patrons. For a free consultation with one of our skilled Illinois premises liability lawyers, contact our office today at 630-932-9100630-932-9100.