Representation For Those Injured In Unsafe Rental Properties
The lawyers at Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC have a strong background in consumer protection and in-depth knowledge of the laws governing maintenance of rental property. From resort properties in Door County to the houses and apartments rented by Oshkosh students, our law firm is prepared to evaluate your potential personal injury claim involving landlord negligence.
By determining the facts, reviewing local building codes and examining your lease, we can gauge your likelihood of success with a premises liability action. Our mission is always to help you recover financially, medically and personally.
Seeking Compensation For People Injured Due To Property Owner Negligence
A trip and fall on a dangerous stairway, slip-and-fall accident in an ice-covered parking lot, or a deck collapse may be cause for legal action, depending on the circumstances. Failure to install and maintain smoke detectors can be a key issue after an apartment fire. City ordinances require carbon monoxide detectors in residential rental properties.
Many conditions and circumstances may be involved in your potential premises liability claim, including whether the property owner:
- Fulfilled a legal duty to keep the property in a safe and habitable condition, including making necessary repairs in a timely fashion
- Violated any stipulation of building, fire, health or other codes while allowing dangerous property conditions to persist — ranging from structurally unsafe stairways, balconies and decks to poorly lighted and monitored parking lots and ramps
- Disclosed known structural deficiencies and included relevant exclusions in the lease you signed
Our legal team bring decades of experience to each case, along with the diligence and resources to evaluate all aspects of your accident and medical condition. Our track record of success includes sizable recoveries in premises liability cases arising from falls, dog bites and attacks.
Call 920-335-1413 For Sound Personal Injury Law Counsel In Wisconsin
Do you have a case enabling you to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and other damages? Find out by arranging a free consultation with an Oshkosh defective property attorney today. We charge no fees unless we take your case and win.