Premises liability law is the body of law which makes the owner or occupier of land responsible for certain injuries suffered by persons who are present on the premises. When one speaks of premises liability, the handling of slip and fall cases immediately comes to mind. However, other premises liability claims are becoming more prevalent as Missouri law changes. Missouri law now allows customers and tenants to sue the property owner when a criminal assault, attack, or rape occurs upon a business premise. Other situation may involve exposure to toxic chemicals.
The Padberg & Corrigan Law Firm has a long history of representing clients on claims arising out of premises liability situations. The St. Louis slip and fall accident lawyers at the Padberg and Corrigan Law Firm have handled cases ranging from a woman who was exposed to potentially lethal pesticides to a pregnant woman who fell when she slipped on ice in St. Charles County. The Missouri premises liability attorneys at The Padberg and Corrigan Law Firm are attuned to the evolving nature of the law and understand its importance in the cases we handle.
Noteworthy Slip & Fall Accident / Premises Liability Cases
- $750,000.00 verdict for a woman who sustained neurological injuries from the inhalation of a dangerous chemical.
- $350,000.00 settlement for a female who fell on ice and fractured her knee.
- $150,000.00 settlement for a St. Louis County man who fractured his shoulder and leg while using a dangerous inflatable slide.
- $120,000.00 settlement for a 30-year old St. Louis woman who fractured her elbow while walking down dangerous steps.
Disclaimer: Results are not guarantees. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. The value of each case depends upon the facts circumstance of that claim.