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Aurora Slip and Fall Injury Lawyer

Aurora Slip and Fall Injury Lawyer
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A slip and fall injury may sound innocuous, but for many people, it can be life-altering. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), falls are a leading cause of accidental death and debilitation, especially among the elderly. If you or someone you love has been injured in a fall, you may be eligible for a monetary settlement or award. The owner or manager of the property where the accident occurred may be liable, particularly if a dangerous or hazardous condition led to the injury.

An Aurora slip and fall injury lawyer at The Kryder Law Group, LLC, may be able to help you pursue compensation and recover a monetary award for your injury. We have decades of combined experience fighting for injured victims in the Chicago area, and our track record and client testimonials speak for themselves. We want to make you our next satisfied client and make sure you recover full and fair compensation. Because we are so committed to that mission, we never charge a fee until you get paid.

To learn more about The Kryder Law Group, LLC, and how we may be able to help you recover compensation for your slip and fall injury in Aurora, call us for a free case evaluation at (312) 223-1700.

Compensation to Which You May Be Entitled for a Slip and Fall

You may be entitled to both economic and noneconomic damages for your Aurora slip and fall injury. That means you may get paid for your actual financial losses as well as for certain items that do not involve monetary depletion but that affect your life in substantial ways, such as your pain and suffering and your emotional distress.

We will tabulate all of the damages you have incurred and fight for the full amount. This may include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Emotional distress
  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Lost earning capacity

The Kryder Law Group, LLC, can help you determine what type and amount of compensation you may be eligible for. Call (312) 223-1700 today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.

For a free legal consultation with a slip and fall injury lawyer serving Aurora, call (312) 598-0739

Who May Be Liable for Your Aurora Slip and Fall Injury

The Kryder Law Group, LLC, will evaluate your slip and fall injury claim and first determine who was liable for your accident. For a party to face liability for someone else’s slip and fall injury in Illinois, they must have some degree of control over a property or premises. If a dangerous or hazardous condition emerges on those premises and the party does not adequately address the problem, they can be held liable when a guest of the property is injured because of it.

A few of the most likely responsible parties for your Aurora slip and fall injury are:

The Property Owner

The owner of the property is often the one who is liable for your slip and fall injury. According to Illinois Compiled Statutes 740 ILCS 130/, a property owner must keep their premises safe for guests and passersby, and they must address any hazardous conditions right away. If the problem cannot be fixed immediately, the owner must protect others from it either by physically blocking off the area or by posting clear signage alerting guests to the danger.

The Property Manager

A property manager has the same duty of care as the property owner. They are typically hired to manage the property, one of their duties being to take care of any maintenance issues that arise. If they allow a dangerous condition to fester, they may be held liable for injuries that result from it.

Your Employer

If you slipped and fell at work, you may be eligible to file a workers’ compensation claim with your employer. If a non-employer third party, such as a jobsite owner, was partly or fully liable for your accident, we can pursue compensation from them in a private lawsuit.

The Builder or Building Manager

If a builder or building manager negligently allowed a dangerous condition to form or persist, they may also face liability for your slip and fall injury.

Another Party

Depending on the unique circumstances of your injury, there may be additional liable parties than the ones listed above. An Aurora slip and fall injury lawyer at the Kryder Law Group, LLC, may identify all potentially liable parties and investigate them.

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Why Choose the Kryder Law Group, LLC, to Fight Your Case

When you choose to work with a slip and fall attorney from the Kryder Law Group, LLC, you can expect to receive the following and more:

Dedicated Client Service

We go the extra mile for our clients. Because we want you to focus all your time and energy on healing and getting your life back, we take everything else off your shoulders.

Track Record of Success

We have helped many slip and fall accident victims recover substantial compensation. We have the resources to steer your case to a winning outcome, as well.

No Fee Until You Get Paid

We are confident in our ability to help you recover full and fair compensation for your Aurora slip and fall injury. That is why we never collect a fee until you get paid.

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The Illinois Slip and Fall Injury Statute of Limitations

According to Illinois Code of Civil Procedure 735 ILCS 5/, Illinois has a two-year statute of limitations on slip and fall injury lawsuits, but the time you have to file may vary based on a number of factors, so you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible after your accident. The Kryder Law Group, LLC, can take quick legal action if we need to in order to keep your case active.

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Call (312) 223-1700 for a Free Case Evaluation with the Kryder Law Group, LLC

An Aurora slip and fall injury lawyer from the Kryder Law Group, LLC, is ready to get to work for you today. We can help you take on the property owner, property manager, or any other party that may be liable for your slip and fall injury. We will fight for full and fair compensation, and we do not collect a fee until you get paid. For a free, no-obligation case evaluation, call us at (312) 223-1700.

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