Defending Those Who Have Been Injured in Unsafe Conditions on Someone Else's Property
In Ohio, if you slip and fall in a grocery store because of a spill on aisle 12 that wasn't cleaned up or if you are assaulted in your apartment or hotel room because the security was inadequate, you have the right to recover compensation from the owners of the premises. You must inform the owners of the injury immediately after it happens and you need to note who you informed. Otherwise it becomes very easy for the property owner to claim ignorance of a given situation. Then you should consult with a lawyer.
Premises liability cases are very important to Scott. He takes the time to visit the accident site so he can see the circumstances that caused the situation firsthand. He works with engineers to reconstruct the accident, showing where the property owners may have been negligent in their duty to protect their guests' safety. He examines the case from all angles to present all of the evidence to the insurance company and works hard to settle your case successfully.
Cuyahoga County Slip-and-Fall Attorney
If you have been injured due to dangerous conditions on someone else's property, it's a good idea to get the names and information of any witnesses to the accident. That way you have people who will back up your claim when it is brought before the insurance company.
It is also very important not to talk to the insurance company directly and not to agree to any sort of settlement for your injuries without talking to a Cleveland premises liability attorney first. Scott A. Rumizen will personally work with the insurance company to make sure you are given an equitable settlement to cover your medical bills and time missed from work because of your injuries. Whether he negotiates a settlement or takes your case all the way to a courtroom, Scott will work tirelessly on your behalf. He has more than 20 years of experience helping people who have been injured and has a long track record of success.
Call 888-732-1018 or e-mail to speak to Scott about your injury today. All cases taken on a contingency basis, meaning you don't pay unless Scott recovers compensation for you.