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Personal Injury Lawyer On Winter Premises Liability

A Noland Law Firm personal injury lawyer will fight for the rights of winter premises liability victims in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area and western Missouri, including Clay County, and the cities of Liberty, North Kansas City, Gladstone, Independence, and Blue Springs.  We combine the sophistication of a large legal practice with the attention of a small firm.  This helps us to provide each client with exceptional service.  If you or a loved one has been injured in a premises liability accident resulting from negligence or intentional harm, you may be entitled to receive meaningful compensation.


A Noland Law Firm personal injury lawyer will fight for the rights of winter premises liability victims.

No one expects to be injured in an accident, but thousands of people are injured in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area each year.  When this happens you need a personal injury lawyer with the experience to give you the attention you deserve.  Many lives are suddenly changed as premises liability victims are often left with unintended consequences such as long-lasting pain and suffering, significant medical expenses, and emotional harm.  The consequences can be worsened when an accident is caused by the negligent or reckless conduct of others.

All property owners in the state have a duty to provide a safe environment to visitors.  A personal injury lawyer routinely pursues injury claims against residential and commercial property owners as well as municipalities.  Most slip and fall injuries occur from uneven or slippery surfaces, but can also be the result of crumbling stairs, wet floors, exposed electrical wiring, raised flooring, falling debris, obstructed pathways, and poorly lit walkways.  With winter weather upon us, property owners must be diligent to prevent slips, trips, and falls from ice, slush, snow, and leftover water on walking paths.

If property and building conditions aren’t responsibly managed within safe premises conditions, visitors have the right to claim damages from the property owner should they accidentally fall due to unsafe conditions.  A personal injury lawyer must prove that the property owner knew about the hazardous situation and failed to correct it in a timely manner, and that the action or inaction of the property owner caused the condition which led to the fall.

When choosing a personal injury lawyer, Noland Law Firm has over 45 years of combined experience with premises liability cases.  Contact Noland Law Firm today for a free consultation, or call us at (816) 781-5055 with any questions you have regarding your winter premises liability case.