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Premises Liability Attorney

Premises liability is a broad area of personal injury law that defines the responsibility of those in
“possession” of land or property for injuries suffered by persons on the premises. This practice
area covers a wide variety of personal injury cases including “ slip and falls ”, dog bites , toxic
torts (i.e. asbestos exposure), negligent security, unmarked hazards, stairway & elevator
accidents, falling merchandise, porch & balcony defects and many others.  Essentially, if you
are injured in an accident on another person’s property because the conditions of the property
were unsafe or dangerous, you may have a premises liability case.

 Burden of Proof

In premise liability cases, the plaintiff must prove that negligence on the part of the property
owner caused his/her injuries. Whether a property is private, public or commercial, the property
owner (or renter) has a responsibility to make sure it is reasonably safe. In a legal action, the
plaintiff must show that the defendant either knew of the hazard on his/her property or should
have known of the hazard. It is important to hire an experienced attorney to handle your
premises liability case, as some cases can be difficult to prove.

 Attorney Bogdan Martinovich has decades of experience litigating and negotiating premises
liability cases. He is familiar with a wide variety of these types of cases and has a proven track
record of helping his clients receive the maximum possible recovery for their injuries. Some
premise liability cases can be quite complicated. For example, cases in which more than one
party may be liable often involve bringing claims against multiple defendants and insurance
companies. Mr. Martinovich is skilled in managing the intricacies of these cases and making the
process as painless as possible for his clients.

If you have been injured in Lake County, Cook County or McHenry County as the result of
someone else’s negligence, contact us for a free consultation to discuss your case.
Remember, statutes of limitations apply to personal injury cases. So contact us as soon as
possible to file your claim.


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